I am looking for a specific article in the library’s database journals, but I cannot find it. Why is that?


The library subscribes to two kinds of databases: those from publishers and those from aggregators.

Aggregator databases may not index journal articles as soon as they are published. If the article you want is not available in the library’s databases, you can request it through the interlibrary loan service.

Some examples of aggregator databases that the library uses are: Ebsco, ProQuest, Project Muse, Jstor, and Project Euclid.

  • Last Updated Mar 04, 2024
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