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Find Specific Journals

Did you know? You can search all the databases to see if we carry a specific journal title. After logging in, click on A-Z Journals on the database list page to search for journals by title.

Find a journal

Type the Journal Name into the search box, then click GO. Find the correct journal title and click Find It. If the journal is available in one of the databases, the database will open in a new window set to search the contents of the journal you found. You can then browse the volumes or search for an author or article title to locate a reference.

Find a Journal Article from a Citation

Predatory Journals

IRSC Biology Journals

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a great place to start your research process! You can even add IRSC access to the search to make it easier to find out if the library already owns a resource. 

Adding IRSC to your Google Scholar:

Click on "Settings"

Click on "Library links"

Search "IRSC" in the search box

Select "Find Text @ IRSC"

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