You can search for journal titles and journal articles in Explore.
You can also search, or browse, a comprehensive list of online journals available at UCL. A link to this list is at the top of the Explore home screen.
If you're using one of our databases to find journal articles, you might not be able to read the article within the database itself. If you see the Findit@UCL icon, click on it to link to the full text
Sometimes you will see a link to the publisher's site. Unless the article is open access, you might find that you can't reach the full text.
Clicking on the Findit@UCL link instead will link you to the full text via UCL's subscription access, if available.
If you're using Google Scholar you can set up the Library Links feature so that it will display a findit@UCL link to help show you which articles are available via UCL subscriptions.
UCL has an amazing collection of electronic resources, but no library can have full-text access to everything. If you identify a piece of information that would be beneficial to your research, the library will try and source a copy for you via the Inter Library Loans service.You can make a request by logging into UCL Explore and then clicking on the three dots 'show more' menu to access the Inter Library Loan Request form.
A small number of journals may only be held in print. Explore will indicate the location details of the title that you are looking for: library site, collection and shelfmark.
PSYCHOLOGY Pers - UCL Science Library, 1st floor. Titles are arranged alphabetically by journal title. (Pers stands for Periodicals, a term used for journals.) A floor plan and virtual tour can be viewed from the Science Library homepage.