Print journals are available in the library for reference use only.
A print journal article reference looks like this:
If we break it down, this is what it means:
You can search for print journals by using the 'Journal Titles' option on Hunter and entering the journal title into the search box.
Electronic journals are now referenced in the same way as print journals. Most journal articles held by SGUL are available online and that should be where you look for them. Some reading lists may include an URL or Link to a webpage, but this is not required.
Search for journal articles in Hunter using the 'Articles and more' option.
If you cannot directly find the full text, you can locate e-journals by selecting the 'Journal Titles' option on Hunter and searching for the journal title. In the above reference the journal title is Nursing Standard. Check the year you want is available and click on the blue link. You should then be taken to the journal home page where you can find the volume, issue and pages you are looking for. If you need help doing this ask at the Library or contact your Liaison Librarian.
In other databases, select 'Find it at SGUL' to find the full text of an article.
HINT: Remember you may need a SGUL username and password to access e-journals from home or at work.