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RUQuest (English): Journal search

Journal search

From the University Library homepage (www.ru.nl/library):

Select the tab Journals.

 

Quick search

You can search all journals using title words. For a more specific search, use the search key 'tk', for example: tk:chemistry

You can also find journals by their ISSN using Advanced Search.
 

Abbreviations

Not all journals can be found using abbreviations, e.g. PNAS.

Use distinctive words instead:
proceedings national sciences for Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
 

Browsing through eJournals A-Z

Click on the button and select eJournals A-Z. Here you can browse the alphabetical list to find a journal or search for the journal title or ISSN using the search box.

When doing a search, use distinctive words, e.g.:
american economics sociology for the American Journal of Economics & Sociology.

Advanced Search

Choose ISSN in the drop-down menu and enter the number in the search box:

eJournals A-Z

Enter the ISSN in the ISSN search box:

Journals in print

In RUQuest you can find the available volumes and location of printed journals and periodicals. Printed journals cannot be borrowed, they are available for inspection in the library. Journal volumes that are in the depot can be requested using the Request item button.

Requesting journals or articles

Closed Stacks

Use the button Request item to request a journal volume. You can consult the journal in the library.

 



Request outside RU

When you'd like to request an article that is not available at the Radboud University, you can request it using the button Request item other libraries. More information on this webpage or in this guide.


 

Only available outside The Netherlands?

Requesting an item from outside The Netherlands is often possible as well, please see the page Request outside RU (ILL).