The MLA Directory of Periodicals contains all information available on the journals and series on the bibliography's Master List of Periodicals which includes publishing information about each periodical.
You can search by journal title or by subject heading. Click on the list of subject headings to get the full list available.
3. Identifying Journals Beyond WMU and MLA
UlrichsWeb Gobal Serials Directoryis another database that is helpful in identifying journals for a particular topic or by title. You can do an advanced search and use the subject headings found on the left margin. You can then take the ISBN of the journal and do a search in the University Libraries' journal finder to see if we have online access.
Interdisciplinary Index of scholarly literature with coverage starting from 1995.
Scopus covers primarily journals and patents. They are in the process of expanding there monograph collection. The do not index reference works, dissertations, or theses. Please read the Elsevier Content Overview for Scopus.
Google Scholar primarily scholarly literature, including articles, theses, books, technical reports, and "gray literature." Some materials are free, some will be available to WMU users by clicking on Find it @WMU, while others may require a fee. Use this source in addition to library databases to identify works owned and not owned by the UL.
Caveat: When using Google Scholar to find citation counts, be sure to check the citation list for duplicates and non-peer-reviewed materials such as student papers, syllabi, and other documents.