Here’s a trick of the trade that you might find helpful. Many of our databases can search within specific journals, such as the Ebsco databases (e.g. Academic or Business Source Premier). If a journal is covered (indexed) in Ebsco, you can browse through that journal by year or volume/issue number. Better yet, you can search within that specific journal . Here’s how…
Click PUBLICATIONS at the top of the screen, type in your journal title under BROWSING, and click the BROWSE button. You will get a list of journals that fit your search criteria.
Click the title of the journal you’re after. You will have the option to search within this specific journal or browse through it by year or volume/issue.
If you choose to search within a specific journal, you will see the initials JN which stands for “journal” added to the search box followed by the journal title in quotes. The example below is for the journal called JAMA, which is an acronym for Journal of the American Medical Association. The full title of the journal is called JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association. You can also search within several journals at one time in Ebsco databases.