Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2015     Views: 23

That journal title is not available electronically, but we do have physical copies of it. They can be found in the Serials Department on the ground floor of Stapleton Library. You can always find out what journals IUP owns or has access to by using the PILOT online catalog. Just go to the Library Home Page (www.iup.edu/library)and click on " "Online Catalog". Once connected to PILOT, select the "Journal Title Search" option and then enter the title (not the article title, but the full journal title) in the "Search For" box. Then click "Search". If IUP owns or has access to any journal title, there will be an entry in the catalog. If you get a list of titles, click on the specific title to get the full information about that item. If IUP has electronic access to a journal, there will be a "Linked Resources" note in the record, showing the database that contains the content and the years covered. Just click on the highlighted link to go to that resource. If IUP has physical copies of the journal (paper or microform), there will be a "Library Has" note at the bottom of the full record, showing the years and volumes owned and where those items are located. Most of the location are in the Serials Department on the ground floor of Stapleton Library.

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