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Graduate Leadership Program Orientation

Guide for Graduate Leadership students on how to navigate Jenks online and other resources.

Academic Journals

Jenks Library has many journals available in print and online. Browse journals in print in the 4th Floor Periodicals section or online using BrowZine. Looking for a specific journal? Search using Journal Finder.

How do I find an article in a specific journal?

What do you do when you see a citation in an article and you want to find that article for your own research? Watch this video to learn how to find academic journals or magazines available in print and online at Jenks Library.

Accessing Articles from the Web

Watch this short video on how to get access to articles you find from a web search like Google Scholar. Remember, never pay for content, the library can get it for you!

What are Education journals or magazines I should be aware of?

Many of these journals are available, in part, online. Search Journal Finder to check for online availability. All journals available in print are located in the 4th floor Periodicals section of Jenks Library. Here are some you might find particularly useful in your research.

Note: each of the links below jumps you to the journals record page in Journal Finder. To browse issues or search within, click on an access link below the title (such as ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials (EBSCO) 01/01/1983 - present) and then either drill into the specific year, volume, and issue you would like or look for the "Search within link" on the left to run a keyword search within that journal. 

Christian Education

Education

Leadership

Inter-Library Loan

At the end of the video in Part C, we introduced the service Interlibrary Loan (ILL). ILL is a service you can use anywhere, anytime. It allows you to request journal articles that Jenks Library does not have full-text access to. What does this mean? If you find an article while searching Google or are recommended one to read by a friend, but can't find it at Jenks, we can probably still get it for you. 

Using ILL

To use ILL to request articles, fill-out the ILL Article Request Form with as much information as you can (hint: use the citation). We'll try to track it down from another library. Articles will be emailed to you as a PDF when they become available. Take advantage of this service while you can!