home >> journal locator

Journal Locator

1. To find a journal, enter the ISSN or the journal name. If you have both the journal name and ISSN, use the ISSN.

 
Journal ISSN:
  Omit a, an, or the at start of title.  
XXXX-XXXX
  Begins with Contains Exact match    

2. If you're looking for a specific article, complete the request by entering as much as you know of the following:

Year: Volume: Issue: Starting page number:

 

Having trouble?

  • Verify your citation using a GALILEO@UGA database. If you're unsure of how to do this, consult a Reference Librarian.
  • For technical support, including access problems, please contact elibrary@uga.edu.
  • Check your spelling. Also note that "&" and "and" are not the same; if one doesn't find the journal, try the other. If working with foreign language titles, it may be necessary to remove the diacritics (accented characters).
  • Abbreviated journal titles may not find the correct journal. If you have only an abbreviation, fill in the ISSN.
  • Searching with the ISSN can yield more precise results than searching with the journal title.
  • Try entering less information about your article. If one piece of information is wrong, it could be causing the problem.
  • Not finding the journal online? Try GIL, the Libraries catalog to locate a paper copy.
  • No specific article title in hand? Try GALILEO@UGA.
  • Bookmark databases or e-journals and get straight into them without a password if you are on the campus wireless network: Direct URLs for Databases and E-Journals