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Stony Brook University


How to Find a Specific Journal

You may want to use a database to access content from a specific journal, particularly if:

  • you have a citation and want to find the full text
  • you know of a journal that is devoted to or publishes research on your topic

To do this, you need to determine two things:

  1. What database has access to the journal 
  2. What years of the journal are included in the database

You can search by the name of a journal in our SEARCH platform to answer those questions.


Find Journals

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Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Remember - if we don't have an article or a book at Stony Brook that you need, you can order it free of charge through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service.

We will request a copy from another library.

Request an item or set up an account.

Note: Textbooks are not available through this service.