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The Journal catalogue provides information on the availability and locations of all printed journals of the library and also provides access to all the electronic journals to which the library has subscribed.
You can search by journal title or by ISSN (not by title of the articles). You can also browse the alphabetical list of titles.
For each paper journal you can view the location and gaps in the collection; for some journals, indexes of each year are available.
The number of available years is not the same for each journal, but varies depending on the publishers.
Paper journals can be searched also in the Trentino library catalogue (in the note field you can view the available years).
In Discovery, search can be made by article, with a link to the full text (if owned by the library). Through Discovery you can search for most of the titles of periodicals, and article titles.
Some journals are owned by the library both in printed and electronic form.

Access, borrowing and download

Paper journals are for use within the reading rooms only. Current issues are generally available in the reading rooms, arranged alphabetically by journal title. Back issues can be requested at the circulation desk.

Articles full-text may be downloaded and printed using personal computers or mobile devices.  Items not held by the library can be requested through the interlibrary loan service or the document delivery.

Instruction to access e-journals

All members of the University of Trento can access electronic journal. Even external users can access e-journals, but with some limitations. Part of the resources are also accessible via mobile devices.

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Reference management tools

There are several tools that allow you to compile and organize bibliographic information

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Holdings (up to January 2016)

  • 9.839 Current Journals
  • 2.234 Current paper journals
  • 12.081 Current and ceased paper journals
  • 7.605 Current e-journals
  • 10.063 Current and ceased e-journals