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Where are the magazines and journals shelved in the library?

Last Updated: May 15, 2015  |  106 Views
Topics: Journals, General

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New magazines and journals (also called "current periodicals") are shelved on the lower level of Pius Library. You'll usually find the most recent 6 months or year of magazines and journals in the current periodicals section. Earlier issues of magazines and journals are bound into volumes and shelved with the rest of the books in call number order. Once you find a journal and call number, check the location guide to figure out what floor the journal is located on.

Remember that most of our journals, magazines and newspapers are available electronically.

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