You may sometimes need to locate a specific journal title or find a specific article as part of your required course reading, or for your own research. This page describes how to use the SFX Journal Finder to locate journals by title.
Once in SFX, you can either search for a journal or browse journal titles alphabetically. Use the search function to look for your terms within a journal title, or to find a specific title. If you know the exact title of the journal you're looking for, click the Starts with radio button and enter the first one or more words of the title.
Your search results will display journal titles and list the sources you can use to access the journals. In some cases, such as the one pictured below, there will be a number of options. Notice that different sources provide access to different date ranges. Some of the sources offer access to issues through 2005, while others provide access to more recent issues. Click the link above the date range that includes the issue you're looking for.
From this point, follow the links to get to the journal's page. These pages usually look something like the one pictured below. Navigate using the year links to find the issue in which your article is located, or simply browse the issues.