Answered By: Kelsey Corlett-Rivera
Last Updated: Apr 03, 2017     Views: 87


I searched for the Times Literary Supplement using the Citation Linker and discovered that the Libraries don't have any online access to the TLS.  Click Check Available in the Catalog and then "Availability" on that page to see which volumes we have and where they are kept. For the TLS, the most recent issues are located in Current Periodicals on the first floor of McKeldin, in the back wing of the building, and are shelved alphabetically in hanging folders. 

Prior to 2015, McKeldin holds TLS as microfilm; here's the record:

Location   UMCP McKeldin Library Periodicals Rm - Microfilm AP4 .T45
Summary Holdings  

Holdings: 1969-


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