We subscribe to most scholarly journals in electronic format. Browse or search specific journal titles in the electronic journals index. Many can then be searched individually. Click on link to 'title details from ulrichsweb' to discover further information concerning the journal (i.e. publisher, refereed, content type).
Search for print and some electronic journals in the library catalog. The Catalog gives you the Call Number of print journals that are shelved on the Lower Level.
Scientific publications often include citations that have the names of journals abbreviated. For example:
Kenyon L, Harrison NA, Ashburner GR, Boa ER, Richardson PA.1998. Detection of a pigeon pea witches’-broom-related phytoplasma in trees of Gliricidia sepium affected by little-leaf disease in Central America. Plant Pathol. 47:671–80.
In this example, Plant Pathol. stands for the journal Plant Pathology. If you are having problems identifying the name of the journal that you are looking for, consult the following guide to Scientific Journal Abbreviations (created by Kevin Lindstrom, Univ. of British Columbia):
Use Citation Linker if you know the following information about an article in a journal:
Use Google Scholar if all you know is:
Set your Google Scholar preferences first to see the SJSU Find It link to the full article. (4 min. tutorial)