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Electronic Journal Center

Tutorial for using OhioLINK's Electronic Journal Center to locate scholarly publications

Articles

On the EJC homepage, the search box is the central feature. Just begin typing in the box that says "Search by keywords, doi, or ISSN."  If you are searching for specific articles, press the enter button or click on the magnifying glass after you type in your search terms.  If you are looking for a particular journal, click the "List of Journals" icon.  You can perform a deeper search using Boolean logic or your natural language by clicking on the "Advanced Search" icon below the search bar. The search will look for your terms in the metadata of the item and the full-text of the item when available.

 

EJC Homepage Search Bar

ejc home page

Journals

Upon clicking the "List of Journals" icon on the home page to search, the site will show a list of journals pertaining to your search terms.  You can filter this list using other search terms or by using the filters on the left side of the page.  You can filter the journals by subject, title or ISSN, vendor, publisher, and/or alphabetically.  There is also an option to limit how many search results per page, in the event that the search results are too many to view at once.  Because materials in the EJC are perpetual access, sometimes you want to just browse a particular journal. The video below shows some basic searching tips for locating a journal title to browse.

 

EJC List of Journals Page

ejc journals list