A limited number of our subscribed journals are only available in printed format, stored on shelving in the Library. This guide explains more about how to search for these and find them in the Library building.
Certain journals and magazines are only available in the Library in print format, either because the electronic subscription is not available to the Library, or they are more useful in their original high-quality printed form (particularly Art, Design & Architecture journals).
To search within a print journal you will need to use a specialist index of journals (electronic database) which contains the details and abstracts of print journal articles.
Each database has a slightly different interface. Some will allow you to choose from a list of journals to search within. Others require you to build an advanced search.
Below is an example of how to instruct a database to search within a named journal, using the advanced search function. Though your database may look slightly different, the search usually contains similar steps:
Your Library Subject Guide contains tips on searching and more information on how to use specific databases.