Answered By: Reference Staff
Last Updated: Sep 07, 2018     Views: 86

If you have a specific citation (author, title, volume, issue, year, etc.) you can check Journals A-Z to see if it's available. 

  • Click on Journals A-Z from the Library Home Page
  • Type title in using "Title begins with."  
  • Click Search


  • A list of journal titles appears.
  • Choose the one that matches the journal you need.
    • (there may be multiple matching titles; choose which is yours.)
  • Choose the database that includes the date your article was published.
  • A new window opens.
  • Browse the appropriate date/ volume/ issue and scroll to your article. 
  • Locate the article's full text link to view, print, and/ or save it.

You may also use the database's search box to locate an article by title.  


  1. If full text does not appear, it means the library does not have access to an online version of that journal.
  2. If the journal is available in print, it will say "Journals in print at MTSU".  
  3. Otherwise you may request your article from Interlibrary Loan. 

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