- Find a specific article
- Find a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper
- If you can't find a journal or article in JumboSearch
Find a specific article
- If you know the title of the article: you can copy/paste it into JumboSearch to see if we have access to it electronically.
- If you have the DOI or PMID of the article: you can enter the DOI or PMID into this link resolver to get direct access to the full text or PDF. Note: if you're not connected to the Tufts VPN, you will need to search for Tufts University and log in to get access to the full article.
- If you don't see the article you're looking for in your JumboSearch results: it's possible we have the article in print. Follow the instructions below to look up the title of the journal, magazine, or newspaper that the article was published in and check the format(s) and dates of coverage available through the libraries.
Find a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper
- If you want to see whether the libraries subscribe to a particular journal, you can look it up by title or ISBN using the Journal Search feature in JumboSearch.
- We may subscribe to a journal in both print and electronic formats, as you can see below:
- To find a print journal, use the call number and the location given in JumboSearch. Journals (aka Bound Periodicals) can be found on Level G of Tisch Library (two levels down from the main entrance).
- When looking at e-journals, you may see that there are several options for access. When selecting an option, keep in mind that not all options will include the same coverage dates (as seen below).
If you can't find a journal or article in JumboSearch
- Ask us for assistance locating the article.
- You can request a specific article through our Interlibrary loan service.
- If Tufts does not subscribe to a journal and you think we should, you can recommend that we purchase a subscription.