On a later screen than the initial one, the pull-down menu has a category of "journal title" separate from "title". This is *VERY* convenient, and would be a great addition to the main first screen.
While the Journal Title search option is listed separately on the main search screen, the search is actually a combination of a Title search combined with a limit of Journals (from the popup menu to the right of the search box). We hard code this combination on the search screen, but you can accomplish the same search by choosing these two options in the search box on any results page.
Robert Sebek, Webmaster
I wanted to let you know that Kathleen Ries helped me with a problem locating a journal. She was particularly quick with this matter.
Thanks for your good comment about Kathleen's assistance. It is good to have your input and we are pleased to have her working with us.
Eileen Hitchingham, Dean of University Libraries
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