UVM Libraries has access to over 100,000 journals, including about 5,000 in the health sciences. Most of these journals are available electronically, some are only available in print, and some are available both ways, at least for some years. How do you determine whether we have the journal you need, and where to find it?
The simplest way is to use the green Journals button on the Dana home page. Look up a journal by title or ISSN (or browse by subject category) and it will give you links to the online version and will tell you which years we have in print and where to find them. It may also show you information about previous or later titles if the journal has changed its name.
Until recently, all of our journals were also listed in the UVM Online Catalog, but starting this year, only print journals are listed there. All electronic journal records have been removed and will no longer show up. CATQuest still lists all journals -- print and electronic -- but since CATQuest also lists individual journal articles, you may need to look through lots of results to find what you need.