Use OneSearch to search for journals.
Print journals are arranged on the shelves in shelfmark order (alphabetically in Richview Library).
Within each shelfmark, they are arranged alphabetically by title. For example:
Law journals are shelved at J340 (J for Journal, 340 for Law)
The Harvard Law Review is shelved at J340/HAR.
Generally, print journals are for reference only: they can be consulted or photocopied in the Library.
There are just a few titles that you can borrow. They are marked in the catalogue as Lending Journals.
Your reading list might contain an e-journal article like the one below:
Armstrong, K.A., 1998 ‘Legal Integration: Theorizing the Legal Dimension of European Integration’ Journal of Common Market Studies , 36(2) pp 155-175
This is what you need to know about this reference or citation:
THE REFERENCE YOU HAVE
|WHAT EACH PART IS|
|Armstrong, K.A.||author of article|
|1998||year of publication|
‘Legal Integration: Theorizing the Legal Dimension of European Integration’
|title of article|
|Journal of Common Market Studies||title of journal|
|36(2)||volume number and issue number of the journal|
|pp 155-175||page number: this is applied whether the article is in print or online|
Use OneSearch to search for the title of your journal article.
If you would like to explore our eJournal collection, to see if we have a particular title or to choose a subject and see the range of titles we have available then you can use our filtered eJournal browse option to do this.
New students may not have encountered journals before. Ask Library staff at service points if you need help with understanding and finding journal titles or individual journal articles in print or online.
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