Online subscriptions: the catalog will give links to the article PDF in the database where that content is avaiable. Note that we often get online content for different years from different sources. Read the fine print.
Print subscriptions: the catalog will give you the call number and location. The item record will indicate whether or not it is checked out.
BrowZine Journal Engagement Platform is a web-based platform and mobile app that enables users to quickly find, easily follow, and directly access the library's licensed e-journals on any device. BrowZine visually presents the library’s e-journals in a browsable and readable format with seamless synchronization across devices. Includes a My Bookshelf feature which enables users to add their favorite titles and receive notification of newly published articles (including articles in press). Articles can be saved to My Articles for reading and referencing later. Download BrowZine mobile app
Preset link to subscribed UCD journals from major music publishers including subsections for: Music Education; Music - General/Interdisciplinary; Musicology and Ethnomusicology; Music Performance; Music Theory; Music Therapy.
Journal Citation Reports is an annual publication which indicates the most frequently cited journals in a field, the highest impact journals in a field, and the largest journals in a field. JCR Science/Social Sciences Edition contains data from over 7,200 journals in science, technology. JCR Social Sciences Edition contains data from over 2,200 journals in the social sciences. For each yearly data analysis being completed in the following year. The most recent edition is always published in the summer following the year analyzed. NOTE: For disciplines that have longer time-spans for citation, consider a ranking sort by using the 5-year Impact Factor.
Review series typically have the following words in their title: "Advances in … "; "Annual Review of …"; "Critical Reviews in …" ; "Current Opinion in …" ; "Expert Reviews in …" ; "International Review of …" ; "Progress in …" ; "Trends in …", etc.
Search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.