Answered By: Elizabeth Brooks Last Updated: Jan 11, 2019 Views: 52
We have an extensive collection of online resources in our A-Z List of E-Resources section; the link is easily accesible on the library homepage. In the search engine on that list, you can enter the title of the publication you are seeking, such as the New York Times, or you can search by the first letter in the name of the publication; in this instance, you would click on "N" under the search bar.
If you do not know the specific name of a journal you are looking for, you can always search by subjects terms; if you need something from a psychology source, enter "psychology" in the search term. Make sure to change the search options to subject, or you will only receive items with "psychology" in the title.
If you need further assistance, please contact a reference librarian.