There are three main locations in the library where journals are kept:
As with books, some print journals are kept in the closed stacks. They should be requested using the "Request" option in SOLO. Make sure you give as much information as you can, to ensure that the correct issue is delivered to the reading room.
Bibliographic databases contain information about the individual articles within journals. They usually have abstracts, subject keywords and citations, as well as author/title information. They are a powerful tool for discovering relevant articles. They link out to the full text (only available if we subscribe to the journal in question). The following bibliographic databases have material relevant to German language and literature. Most of the articles indexed in these databases will be in English and other European languages.
An increasing number of Open Access journals are being published. These are free at the point of use. Examples include:
They may not all be listed on SOLO, but they should be listed in the appropriate bibliographic databases. More information about Open Access publishing is available on the "For researchers" tab.
We subscribe to a number of German newspapers and magazines, available in the Teaching Collection library.
Please note that the Süddeutsche Zeitung is no longer available outside the London area. We do regret that we cannot provide this popular newspaper.
For further information about accessing German newspapers, please visit the Newspapers LibGuide.