Answered By: Laura Montanez
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2018     Views: 14

If your periodical title is not listed in Periodical Locator there are a few other steps you can take to try to find it:

  • Make sure that you searched for the title of the journal, magazine, or newspaper, not the title of the article.

  • Check for spelling mistakes.

  • If your title starts with an article (the, a, an, le, el, die, der), try searching without it.

  • If your title includes punctuation, try leaving it out.

  • Consider searching for only a few words from the title with "Title Contains All Words" instead of "Title Begins With."

If we do not have access to a particular periodical, you can request an article from another library online using Interlibrary Loan. Allow 1-2 business days for the article to arrive.

For additional help finding a resource, come ask us for help at the Ask the Libraries desks, over the phone, chat, or email. Our contact information is available at Ask the Libraries page.

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