As well as books you can also access a huge variety of journals. They are available in both print and electronic form.
Enter your search term (title, keyword for example)
On the results page use the options on the left to limit your results to Journals.
Click a title you are interested in to navigate to that article's title page on the catalogue. In the case of e Journals, there will be a link halfway down the page to view the article in your browser.
When viewing e Journals, if an article appears in one or more journal, you may see a sidebar appear after you click on the article title that looks like this.
From this sidebar, you can also report any problems you encounter with the link to the Library and Learning Resources team.
Click below to watch a brief video on a typical journal search.
I need more help using and citing Journals correctly.
If you are having problems using Journals we would urge you to book a workshop with a subject librarian. They will be able to give you lots of useful tips to increase your confidence. Go here to book a slot. More help can also be found in your Subject Guide under the Finding Information and Help Me tabs.
Usernames and Passwords for Other Resources
There are also a number of eResources not covered by being logged into the BCU environment with your email address. Click below to see login details for these resources.
What if I cannot find a Journal article?
Don’t worry, you can submit an Inter Library Loan request and we will try to find the article from another source. To learn more view the Inter Library Loan page here.
What do I do if I cannot access a Journal article?
Email the Library and Learning Resources Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a note of:
- The title, author, year of publication.
- The browser you are using.
- Whether you are on or off campus.
These details will help us to identify the problem and get you the information you need.
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