Journals - What? Why? Where?
Ever wondered why you need to use journals in your assignments? Do you need help finding journal articles?
You may not have used journals before. This introductory guide covers:
This guide is aimed at 1st year undergraduates.
Use Discovery - input your topic or the details of a journal article to search across most of the Library's resources
If you know the name of a Journal, enter the title here to check if it's available in the Library
To link through to a complete list of e-journals: A-Z list
Databases are specialist search engines that search for quality information, such as journal articles, in specific subject areas.
You can access databases via your subject LibGuide at http://tees.libguides.com/ (see the Finding Journal Articles tab). If you would like some help searching the databases, please contact your subject information team. You will find their details on your LibGuide Home page.
The information required to reference a journal article can usually be located at either the top or the foot of the journal article's front page.
Have a go at finding this journal article using Discovery:
Kartika, A. (2008) Study skills training: Is it an answer to the lack of college students' study skills? International Journal of Learning, 14(9), pp. 35-43.
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