Journals (also known as periodicals) are publications containing a mix of articles and other short works written by more than one contributor. The articles contained in a journal typically all fall within a specific field of study or concern a specific topic, or theme.
Journals can be narrow or broad in scope. There are popular, scholarly, and trade journals. They typically contain current information from primary and secondary sources. Check out these Categories of Information pages for more information.
You can search for specific journal titles or browse journals by topic using the Library Journal Title tool.
Looking for a specific article and can't find it in our collections? Asheville students can order articles using Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Articles are delivered straight your LR email address, typically within 2-3 days.