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How do I know what full text content is available to me in Sage Journals Online?

Last Updated: Oct 13, 2015  |  94 Views
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Sage Journals Online is a multidiscipline collection of ejournals covering the social sciences & humanities, health sciences, life & biomedical sciences and materials science & engineering. The University Library subscribes to most of the titles within this database, but full-text access depends on the vendor and in most cases is available from approximately 1999 onwards. Earlier content is part of an archival collection which the Library does not currently subscribe to.

Searching Sage Journals Online

To search only those journal titles available through the Library's subscription, check the 'Sage Journals Available to Me' radio button before commencing your search.

This selection discirminates at the journal level, not the article level, which means it will also allow you to see archived content that may not available in full text.

To identify which articles are available in full text, scroll down and look for the 'Article Available' icon next to the article title.

Verifying Full Text Access

To verify if the journal article you are looking for is available in full text, use the 'eJournal - ebook Title Search' link on the Library's homepage.

Search for the title and check the access dates listed.

Sage Journal Online - My Tools

Sage's My Tools feature allows you to create a list of favourite journals and limit your search to these titles only.

It also allows you to set up email alerts for:

  • Table of contents of new journal issues
  • Announcements
  • Periodic searches for keywords and authors
  • References to specific citations in new articles.

Registration is free via the 'Sign in' page.

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