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Journals are a very important source of information in all academic subject areas
Why are students expected to use Journals?
- To get a wide range of references for your research assignments
- To keep-up-to-date with the latest developments in your subject
- To stay at the top on your subject
- To read articles written or recommended by your tutors
- To find topical project/essay/assignment information and ideas
Journals, like magazines, are published on a regular basis. They contain articles written by experts in a particular field of study.
We have a small collection of journals on the library shelves, but most of our journals are available online.
Finding Journal Articles Video
Finding a journal title is different to finding a journal article.
Each journal title has a number of individual journal articles in each issue.
To find a journal title online browse our e-journals portal.
- Do you know what journal articles you're looking for? Use the author's surname and the article title. For example, Kramer rethinking trust
- Are you browsing for journal articles on a topic? Use a few keywords. It's a good idea to be as specific as possible. For example, history Ireland famine
- Use Refine Results to filter to Academic Journals and/or Magazines and/or Trade Publications
Search for Business Journal Articles
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