Frequently Asked Questions about Journals, Newspapers & Magazines

Where are the paper journals located?

  • Journals are shelved in the stacks on the 2nd floor of the library - on the stacks closest to the south part of the building.

  • All journals are arranged alphabetically by title on the shelves.

 

Where are the popular reading books located?

  • The popular reading books are located on the 1st floor, near Ace’s Place Café.

 

Where are popular magazines located?

  • The newest issues of popular magazines are on the 1st floor, adjacent to Ace’s Place Café. Older issues are behind the popular reading books.

 

Where are the newspapers located?

  • Newspapers are located on the 1st floor, on the shelves next to the popular reading books.

 

Where are the microfilm and microfiche readers?

  • Microfilm and microfiche readers, and the microform reader/printer, are on the tables outside of Ace’s Place Café.

 

How do I know if we own a specific journal?

  • To see if we own an item in electronic format, do a search of our e-journals.

  • This search feature gives information about full text coverage of journal titles and lets you know which databases to find them in.

  • To see if we own an item in paper or microform format, do a search in HillSearch.

  • For additional help locating paper, microform or electronic journals, see our journal help pages.

 

How do I know if we own a specific volume [or issue?] of a journal?

  • Whether you do a search of our online full-text titles or do a search in HillSearch, coverage dates will be retrieved with your results. For information on coverage dates in electronic resources, use Ejournals. For information on coverage dates in the online catalog, use HillSearch.