There is another way to go to the database to find a journal by title, when you have the title of a Journal. For example, you can go to this link:https://www.lonestar.edu/library/article-databases.htm and follow the direction as shown on the screenshot below:
APA Style Guide
Chicago Style Manual
Notes & Bibliography Citation Guide
This guide provides examples and tips on how to cite sources in the Chicago Notes & Bibliography style.
Notes & Bibliography Overview
View this handout for a more detailed explanation of how to use the Chicago Notes & Bibliography style.
MLA Style Guide
Once you click on “+2018”(for ex.), you will see different issues from that year. Click on one of the issues to see the list of articles in that volume.
Click on the title of the article to retrieve the detailed information of the article for you to cite / print / save / or email.
If you have the name of a journal that you need to get an article from, Full-Text Finder is the database that you need to go and find out if the library has access to that journal. See below to find out how to go to Full-Text Finder from the LSC web pages - you click on Search for Publication Title, from the Research Databases page, as shown on the screenshot on the left.
To access the databases, enter your 14-digit library barcode number located on the back of your college ID/ library card when prompted. No college ID or library card? Use your myLoneStar username and password by clicking the link below the barcode login when prompted before entering a database.
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