Articles, Magazines & Journal Collection
The Library Building currently has restricted access. For more information on available spaces and services, please see our Library Resources and Services Available During Fall Semester 2020 guide, or contact the Library using our 24/7 Ask a Librarian service.
Electronic journal articles are available until regular building access resumes. Only physical items currently in the Library Retrieval System (LRS) are requestable.
The Library provides access to a vast amount of information typically found in scholarly and popular journals, magazines, newspapers and other information sources. Most of this information is available electronically, but some is only available in print or on microfiche / microfilm.
Using the Collection
Electronic copies of articles, etc., can be read online and in some cases downloaded. Use your University ID and password for off-campus access. Print and Microfiche / Microforms are on the third floor. To check out materials take items to Book Checkout & Pickup Desk.
- Overdue Fees
- Off-campus Access to Electronic Resources
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Types of Information
Types of information found in this collection include:
- Articles (peer-reviewed, scholarly, popular)
- Book and film reviews
- Encyclopedia and almanacs
- Maps and atlases
- Music and audio collections
- Newspapers and news stories
- Statistical and numerical data
- Still and moving image collections
Microfiche and Microfilm contain miniaturized images of pages from printed text such as archival documents, newspapers, magazines, journals, and books which can be read using a special reader.
Titles with location Microfiche/film (3rd Floor or Library Retrieval System)” may be found in the 3rd Floor cabinets. Otherwise, use the Microform Request Form to get help locating your item, which may be picked up at the Book Checkout & Pickup Desk.
Microfiche / Microfilm readers that can also scan to USB and print are located on the 3rd Floor.
For subject-specific collection questions, contact a Library Liaison.