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Maag Journal Finder: Specific Publications

Comment Icon0 Use Maag Journal Finder to locate the print and/or electronic holdings of journals. You can search for a specific journal title or browse journals by title or subject. This is the best way to locate an article if you already have the citation!

Comment Icon0 From the Maag Library Home Page, click on Maag Journal Finder on the left side of the screen under Quick Links.

Comment Icon0 If you are having trouble locating the full text of an article, check Maag Journal Finder to view all print & electronic holdings for the journal. If MJF does not lead you to full text access of the article (print or electronic) use the Online Article Request Form to order the article electronically. InterLibrary Loan can locate most articles and will email you with a PDF attachment. This process takes approximately one week.

Comment Icon0 Below are direct links to some specific publications to which we have access. Many others can be accessed through various databases or Maag Journal Finder. Click on the publication title for ON CAMPUS ACCESS. Use the OFF CAMPUS ACCESS link when off campus (authentication required).
BSC=Business Source Complete; EJC=Electronic Journal Center

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  • Financial Times is available in LEXISNEXIS ACADEMIC
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    • At opening screen, click on Sources (blue tabs on left), then Find Sources
    • Type title of publication (Financial Times) into Keyword search box
    • Click on red Find Sources button
    • Select “Financial Times (London) Archive” and click on OK-Continue
    • Put in Search Terms and/or Specify Date and click on red Search button
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  • Wall Street Journal:
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    • Maag Library keeps the most current two weeks of print edition in the Reference Room
    • Previous issues are on Microfilm X0468 in the 3rd floor Microforms Center
      (allow time lag for transfer to film)
    • Wall Street Journal Abstracts are available in LEXISNEXIS ACADEMIC
      See instructions for finding sources under Financial Times above

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