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Notre Dame 5 Star University
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How Do I Find

Looking for Journal Articles on a Particular Subject?

Try subject keyword searches in FiNDit or the Databases and limit your search results to journal articles only. Check the Subject Guides for shortlists of those databases which are most relevant for your subject area.


Looking for a Specific Journal?

Search FiNDit using Journal Title Alphabetical Search (searching the exact journal title) or Title Keyword Search (searching one or more words from the journal title). FiNDit identifies physical journal holdings at each library.


Alternatively, use eJournal - eBook Title Search to access journals that are held electronically. This will link you with the databases or publisher collections containing those journals. You can also search within publications by entering the journal name in the From this publication field in FiNDit, along with your other search terms as necessary.


Further Assistance

  • Problems accessing content? Try the Library’s online FAQ service AskUs
  • Can’t decide which database to use? Check the relevant Subject Guide for database suggestions
  • Search results aren’t useful? Visit checkLIST:Library Information Skills Toolkit to learn more about effective search techniques
  • Talk with a staff member at your library’s reference/information desk
  • Email your Liaison Librarian to arrange an appointment for individual or group assistance