Journals are ongoing publications, also referred to as serials or periodicals. Journals provide a forum where researchers and scholars first report their findings and ideas.
Most scholarly journals are 'peer-reviewed' or 'refereed'. This means articles published in these journals have been critically evaluated by specialists or experts within academic and / or industry fields.
Click the Get it tab for print versions information such as location/call number and availability. If only available in print, photocopies of articles may be requested. Contact the library for advice on locating the full text of any article.
Click the View Online tab (if available) to view information (ie date range information) for electronic version.
Usually the best way to discover journal articles published in your subject area is to search a relevant database. These quality databases index thousands of journals and provide a search engine for you to discover articles.
If you have the article details use CitationLinker. This will provide access to the electronic journals available at Monash University.
Use Advanced search to find journals available at Monash.
Enter the first words of the title in exact order and select material type Journals as shown OR enter keywords, (without specifying that they must be in the title) and again select material type Journals.
Stay up-to-date using regular update services.
Services include email delivery of Table of Contents of journals and many databases also provide alerts or TOC services.