This page describes the following:
In Library Catalogs: Search for the Name of the Journal, not the Name of the Article
Locate Articles According to the Author or Subject Using a Periodical Index
Useful Periodical Indexes for Legal Research
Periodical Indexes in the U-M Library Collection
Just like the book collection, the University Library journal collection is the place to search for non-legal subject matter.
Find physical journals in campus libraries using the U-M Library Catalog Advanced Search function
You can use the same Advanced Search described above to find electronic journals.
Find online journals on the U-M Library site using U-M Library Online Journals Search.
The U-M Library subscribes to many full-text journal databases. Major non-legal journals databases that have been used frequently include:
Like books, eligible journals in U-M Library Search each have a "Get This" button, which leads to four options
Use MGet It Citation Linker to Go Directly to a Journal Article
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