Answered By: Nazlin Bhimani
Last Updated: Nov 30, 2018     Views: 9

UCL Library Services subscribe to a range of electronic resources including eJournals. We do not recommend you pay for an article. You have several options which may allow you to access the article in question.

Option 1: check to see if the title is available in print or electronically on the Library Catalogue  If it is available electronically, login with your UCL username and password to authenticate and you will be taken to the publisher's website where the journal is hosted. If it is only available in print, either visit the Library that holds the print journal or request it from store if you see the 'request form store' option.

Option 2:  if the journal is not available, check to see if it any of the research libraries in London have the journal. You can do this by using the COPAC catalogue. You can search over 100 UK and Irish academic, national and specialist library collections on COPAC.  

Option 3: If you are not able to get to the Library that holds the journal using your SCONUL access card (see the IOE LibGuide on Using Other Libraries for more information), you can request an Interlibrary Loan (see Interlibrary Loans). There is a charge for this service and more information can be found here.

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