How find a specific journal title in UCT Libraries

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How find a specific journal title in UCT Libraries

  1. 1. How find a specific journal title in UCT Libraries
  2. 2. Go to: www.lib.uct.ac.za
  3. 3. Hover your mouse on Search & find Hover your mouse on Search & Find
  4. 4. Click on e-JournalsClick on e-Journals
  5. 5. This screen will appear
  6. 6. Type in the JOURNAL title Type in the JOURNAL title
  7. 7. Click on GO Click on GO
  8. 8. The results
  9. 9. Select a link to access the journal Many journals can be accessed from multiple sources. Check the dates and select an appropriate link e.g. Gale Cengane Academic OneFile
  10. 10. This screen will appear
  11. 11. Type in details of article required If you have the details of the article you want, type them in here
  12. 12. Click on GO Click on GO to open article
  13. 13. Or click on GO to display available issues If you don’t have details of a specific article, click on GO to display a list of issues available
  14. 14. Select year required Select yearrequired e.g. 2012
  15. 15. Select issue Select issue e.g. 8816
  16. 16. List of articles Click to access full text
  17. 17. Full text article
  18. 18. Need more help? Contact:Maureen.Chiware@uct.ac.za

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