Answered By: Stephanie Race Last Updated: Nov 05, 2018 Views: 229
Not necessarily. Since all periodicals are assigned an ISSN, finding an ISSN isn't a good way to tell if we own the journal or have online access to its articles. One easy way to find out if we have electronic access to an article is to search the article title in OneSearch. If you don't see the specific article, you may want to check our electronic access to the journal in A-Z Publications (link on library homepage in the blue OneSearch box).
For some journals, we have little or no online access but we may have it in print. You can search our in-house materials catalog to see our print holdings. On the library homepage, click "Research Tools" in the grey bar then click "UNF Library Catalog" in the drop down.
You can search by journal title. If you'd like to search by ISSN number, enter the number then click the drop-down arrow where it says "Anywhere" and change it to "ISSN, ISBN, OCLC, etc."
If we have no online or print access you can request your article through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) here. The ILL request form is found under "My Account" in the grey bar on the library homepage. Articles are generally delivered electronically in 2 business days or less!