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In this tutorial learn how to use Journal Finder to find the full-text of specific journals (in print and online) through Rice Library.
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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What can I do with Journal Finder?

Using Journal Finder you can:
  • Locate specific articles from citations
  • Find out if Rice Library subscribes to the full-text of specific journals, in what format,and for which dates
  • Identify journals in a given subject field

Why Reference Sources?

Reference sources can provide you with valuable information such as:
  • Background information
  • Important figures
  • Dates, places, and people
  • Definitions and key terms
  • Lists of additional sources (articles, books, etc.)
They are an excellent way to begin your research by allowing you to become familiar with the topic in preparation to choose the best articles, books, and additional resources. 

How to use Journal Finder


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