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Prelims Paper 2 - Early Medieval Literature c.650-1350: eJournals

Introduction to eJournals

Many journals are now available online in full text. These electronic journals can be browsed in a similar way to their printed equivalents, but have the added advantage of:

  • being searchable (e.g. by subject, author or title of article)
  • being accessible from any computer, saving the time required to track down printed journals in different libraries 
  • being available when libraries are closed

The easiest way to access them is to go directly to eJournals A-Z. This is an A-Z list of over 28,000 ejournals. Use it to find and connect to journals when you know the title of the journal you wish to use.

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Useful eJournals

The following are links to some useful journals for this paper. Many more can be found by searching eJournals A to Z