What is A-to-Z List?
It is an integrated search interface that allows you to determine if your libary provides electronic access, to find out if your library owns a print copy, to find out which other libraries may have print copies, and to order copies of articles that can be sent directly to you.
Does A-to-Z just contain scholarly journals?
No. Despite its name, A-to-Z includes not just journals, but also electronic books, newspapers, magazines, newsletters and other items that come out more than once per year.
Which periodical titles are in A-to-Z?
A-to-Z contains lists of all electronic books, journals, newsletters, newspapers, and magazines that meet one of the following criteria:
1. Your library offers immediate online access to a significant amount of full text for that title
2. Your library owns printed issues of that title
Is A-to-Z a good place to find articles on a particular topic?
Yes, sometimes. You can search title terms to find specialized journals and then search words within that specific Journal. Or you can use the subject section of the Electronic Databases to find articles on a given topic. Once you find out which journals contain the articles you need, you can come back to Journal Finder to find the journals.
If you are looking for a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper, use A-to-Z.
If you already have an article citation, try LinkSource Citation Finder.