Answered By: Library Services Desk Last Updated: Mar 16, 2017 Views: 54
If you want to know if we have a particular title in any format, use either WorldCat Discovery or the Classic Catalog (use the Journals link at the top of the page) to search by title. Both will give you all of our holdings - print, online, and microform. However, only the Classic Catalog will show you title changes.
You can also use either catalog to submit an Interlibrary Loan request for an article we may not have. For example, we do not have access to Harper's Bazaar for the years 1913 to 1956. If you want to get an article from one of those years, use the Request button in the catalog.
Generally, you may download full text articles from any magazine the Libraries subscribe to in PDF or HTML format. Print and microform versions of periodicals may not be checked out, but may be scanned and saved as PDF, JPG, or TIFF files for free. Graduate students and faculty may use Scan & Deliver for this.
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