Answered By: Matt LaBrake
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2018     Views: 125

Finding the Publication Finder:

You can find out if we have access to a specific online journal by searching our Publication Finder. You can access Publication Finder via the tile located on the Berkeley Library Home Page.

Note: You may need to log in with your Berkeley credentials

You can also find the Publication Finder via the A-Z List of databases by filtering by the letter P.


Searching for publications or journals:

Once you are in Publication Finder, type in the name of the journal (not the article) you are looking for, and click “search.” You can also choose a subject from the browse list to browse through journals we have available on that subject.

If we have a particular journal available, you will be shown the database that the journal is located in and the date range for which we have coverage. Click on the database name to be taken the journal archives in that database.


For detailed instructions on how to search the Publication Finder please view the FAQ below.

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