Sometimes you want to search for an article within a particular journal, magazine or newspaper; perhaps because your instructor requires you use that journal or you remember seeing the article earlier and now want to find that full text. (Note that if these example are not the case, you should not limit yourself to a single journal; the databases listed above can find articles on a topic from among many journals.)
If the journal is indexes in Summon (and over 80% of our journals are), you can use the advanced search screen and enter the journal's title in the From this publication field along with other search terms in their appropriate fields.
If the journal is not indexed (or not for the date range you require) in Summon, first you need to find what sources index that journal. Use UlrichsWeb - Ulrich's Periodical Directory and search on the journal title or ISSN. (You will also find a link to Ulrich's in the External Links box on the Addison record screen for the journal in question.) Switch to the Online Availability section and look for the Abstracting & Indexing Sources and Full Text Sources sections. Compare the databases listed there (along with the coverage dates) with the databases listed above. Most databases allow for limiting searches to a single journal.