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Current Periodicals

Current Periodicals

Current Periodicals contains the Rivera Library's collection of current magazines and scholarly journals as well as local, national and international newspapers.  

Periodicals

  1. Where can I find the most recent issues?

    Current print issues of journals and magazines (usually the latest 6 months) are shelved alphabetically in the Current Periodicals section on the first floor. For help identifying the difference between a magazine and a scholarly journal, see this page.
     
  2. Where can I find older issues?

    Most older editions of journals and magazines are bound and shelved by call number in the circulating collection. You will need to check Scotty, the UCR online catalog for the periodical's call number and the call number chart for the floor location. Some titles, such as Rolling Stone and Time are received on microfilm and shelved by call number in the Microfilm section in the Basement.
     
  3. Where can I find e-journals?

    Check Scotty, the UCR online catalog by journal title or consult this page.

Newspapers

  1. Where can I find the most recent issues?

    Recent issues of newspapers going back several months are located on the first floor on the shelves following the current magazines and journals. They are shelved alphabetically and chronologically.
     
  2. Where can I find older issues of newspapers?

    Many older newspapers are available on microfilm and arranged alphabetically in the Microfilm section in the Basement. Here is a list of some of our most requested newspaper titles:
    • Active California Newspapers
    • Discontinued California Newspapers
    • Active U.S. Newspapers
    • Active International Newspapers
       
  3. Where can I find electronic newspapers?

    Numerous newspapers are available online through some of the Library's licensed databases. Click on 'Databases by Subject' located on the left-hand side of the library web page, then the header Newspapers for a listing of newspaper databases. Examples of newspaper databases include: Wall Street Journal, African American Newspapers (19th century), and Access World News Collection (600 US and 700 international sources).



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