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Why use journals?
- Articles are often more up to date than books
- Find out about recent research in your topic
- Search for peer-reviewed academic content. This means that the articles have been assessed to be of quality.
There are many tools and systems available to quantitatively assess the value of your research - collectively known as bibliometrics. You can analyse various statistics at journal, author and article level to help gauge the impact research has had. Tools, such as SCOPUS and Journal Citation Reports can help you.
- Access to both is via SUPrimo
- The "Scopus" Journal Analyzer allows you to compare up to ten journals using journal ranking metrics.
If you are searching for a specific journal go to SUPrimo and enter the journal title, or part of the title, into the default search box. You may be asked to login with your University DS account.
Search for a specific article
If you are searching for a specific journal article and you know the title or part of the title go to SUPrimo and select the Articles & databases tab.
How to find articles with SUPrimo