Help: Journal Record
The Journal Record page enables you to view bibliographic details for each journal and lists articles included in British Periodicals by issue. You can view a journal record by clicking the journal title on the article full record, Journal Record Search Results or Find Journals pages. You can also view the contents of the relevant issue by clicking the issue number link in an article citation.
Where available, journal records contain the following information:
- Journal Title
- Previous Title(s)
- Originally Published
- Journal Editor(s)
- Frequency of Publication
- Publishing Dates
- General and Additional Notes
- Digitisation Notes
- Full text coverage
- UMI Reel Numbers
- Source Library
OpenURL Outbound Links
Institutions which operate an OpenURL-compatible link resolver, and which have chosen to do so, may activate outbound links to such a service from journal records in British Periodicals. These links will appear as buttons or text links - the format of which is determined by the subscribing institution and their behaviour will be dependent upon the link resolver used and its configuration.
List of Issues
An expandable list of issues included in British Periodicals follows the journal record. Click on the plus (+) icon next to an issue to view a list of the articles included in that issue. Only one issue can be expanded at any one time.
By default the list of issues is presented in chronological order. To view the list in reverse chronological order, click the appropriate link at the top of the list of issues.
Individual article information is displayed in the same format as on the Article Search Results page.
You can add an entry to the Marked List page from the list of articles by clicking the relevant checkbox. You can click the Marked List link at the top of the page to view the current entries in your Marked List.
You can click the Durable url for this item link to obtain the durable url for the relevant entry.
From the Journal Record page you can also:
- Store the current record in the Saved Records area of My Archive and come back to it at a later date by clicking the Save to My Archive link.
- Search all articles in the current journal by using the Search articles in this journal link.
- Obtain the durable URL for the current page by clicking on the Durable URL for this page link.