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Finding Journals in the University of Washington Libraries

Journals in the Engineering Library are shelved in call number order on the 2nd floor of the library.

To find out if the UW Libraries owns a particular journal search for it by title in the UW Libraries Search. The UW Libraries Search will tell you if we have the journal in any format: print, electronic, cd-rom, microfiche, and microfilm. If the Library subscribes to a journal online, there will be a link from the Libraries Search to the online publication.

Find E-Journals

Search for E-Journal Titles
Search for electronic access to publications. Can't find it? Use UW Libraries Search to see if we have it in print or request it through Interlibrary Loan.

Journal Citation Reports

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