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How to Find Periodicals (Journals, Magazines, etc.)

About ORU Periodicals

Periodical is the generic name for a "periodic" publication, such as newspaper, journal, or magazine published at a regular interval, which may be daily, weekly, monthly, or even annually.

Journals, magazines, and newspapers are all examples of periodicals.

The ORU library subscribes to more than 32,000 periodicals in a variety of publication media, with most titles available full text online. Online full text titles include links to the full text with options to browse a single issue or search all issues to find an article.

To find a periodical title, search the ORU opens new windowJournal Finder+. 

Inquire at the One-Stop Library Services Desk if you have questions or need assistance locating a periodical.

Partial Title Lists

To view the list of journals in a database:

Use the "Publications" link, or similar link, in a database (located in the top menu bar in EBSCO databases) to search or browse the periodical titles in the database. When you identify a title, mark one or more to search, or click a journal title to view the publication record.

To view a list of print journals in the library:

Use the opens new window ORU Library Catalog to search for "in-house" periodical titles, which are those located in the library, such as current issues, bound print issues, and microform formats. The library catalog does NOT include online periodical titles. 

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