Finding Journals

You can search for journals by their title, keyword, subject, ISSN, etc. in the Cornell Library Catalog and the e-Journals titles list.  When we say that you can search for journals, we mean you can search to see if Cornell subscribes to a journal, such as the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, in print or electronic format.  We do not mean that you can search for titles of articles within the Industrial and Labor Relations Review.  See the related box, Finding Articles for information on that.

Cornell Library Catalog  Use the Advanced Search to find journals by title, keyword, subject, etc.. You will have better luck if you enclose phrases, including title phrases, in quotations.  Example:  "industrial and labor relations review."  The Cornell Library Catalog search could yield some articles from the journal.  If that happens, you can refine your search to show only "Journal / Magazine / Newspapers" by selecting that option in the left column.  

Search E-Journal Titles.  Use this search to find electronic issues of a journal.  You can search for Title, Subject, and Keyword.  

Can't Get the Book at Cornell?

Use Requests on the Library homepage to:
  • Hold, recall, request materials from the Annex, and library-to-library book delivery.
  • Interlibrary Loan material that Cornell does not own from libraries worldwide.
  • Borrow Direct is a reciprocal borrowing program among the Ivies. If Cornell's copy is unavailable, you can borrow it from another Ivy. It is fast -- usually only a few days!
 
 

Finding Books