MyJournals is an A -Z listing service which gives users access to all electronic and print full text journals holdings that have been purchased on their behalf. It can be accessed from the Journals and Databases page.
On the A-Z page you can search for full text journals by title phrase, keyword or start of title; browse an A-Z list of full text journal holdings; or perform a citation lookup to check whether a specific article is available to you in full text. This will search all journals that have been purchased for you either nationally, regionally or locally, both electronic full text and print holdings.
You can search for full text journal titles in one of three ways:
- match exact title
- match start of title
- match all words in title
By default the last option is selected. Enter keywords from a journal title to retrieve results with all words, e.g. enter the terms 'psychiatric journal' and select the default option of "all words in title". This will return results where the journal title contains the words psychiatric AND journal.
The second option allows you to search for journals where the title starts with the keyword you enter. e.g.entering the term 'Psychiatric' will return results that look similar to this:
The third option is to look for an exact title phrase. Select 'match exact title' and enter your title phrase to get a specific result. E.g. Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, would return only results that match this title phrase:
Use the A - Z browse to look for titles beginning with that letter. For example, clicking on the letter P will return all titles starting with that letter:
Use the 'jump to' option to further refine those results. This will allow you to narrow your results set by performing a truncation search. For example, limit the titles from the above search to psychiatric or psychology titles by using the term Psych: