Search for journals by name using the Find Journal below. This will find both print and electronic journals.
Academic Journals: if you know the title of the journal, find its website for required details.
Professional Associations: If you know the name of an association, find its website for required details. If you need to identify professional associations, search your discipline and the word "association" or "society." For example: "communication association" without quotation marks.
Academic Journals & Professional Associations: Tutorial
Academic Journals: Step-by-Step
This covers the same information as the video above, but in step-by-step written instructions. To find academic journals in your discipline, follow these steps USING THE JOURNAL SEARCH BOX ABOVE:
Change the first field that says "title begins with" to "title contains all the words"
Type in your discipline, plus the word "research" to find journal titles. For example, "communication research". This will ensure that your results will be research-based journals, and the articles will have methodologies.
If there are no results, take out the word "research" and just search by discipline.
Look for titles that are available currently (for example, 1990-present).
Look for links to information about the journal. (For example, "Journal Information" or "About this Journal") This should provide the purpose, content and intended audience of journal.