Databases or Journals?
There is no single website or search box anywhere that can search every article ever published on the web–not even Google Scholar. In order to find enough articles for your paper, you’ll often have to search multiple databases and/or journals. Additionally, databases and journals provide a subject-specific search experience, which can be quite helpful.
How do I find out if the library subscribes to a specific periodical?
BrowZine showcases every periodical and journal Fuller Library owns. If you already have a citation and want full text, try searching on our A to Z titles page.
How do I find a database?
Our Databases page list everything the Fuller Library owns and subscribes to.
Can I check out a periodical (journal, magazine, newspaper)?
Print periodicals are for use in the David Allan Hubbard Library only. You are welcome to scan periodicals using the library’s scanners, available on floors 1, 2, and 3. Online periodicals are only available to Fuller students, faculty, and staff. For information on scanning library materials, please consult this Scanning page.