Magazines/Journals at ATI
ATI Library has many print subscriptions to magazines. View our complete list of magazines and journals (with direct links to those also available online).
You can also search for e-Journals in the catalog here.
Databases can be accessed from an on-campus computer or after connecting from off-campus. They contain many full-text articles (direct access to the entire article online). Click on a link below, click to connect to the database, then perform a search.
Academic Search Complete: A great place to start because it is a general database with thousands of magazines and journals across all disciplines.
Business Source Complete: Contains trade magazines and scholarly, peer-reviewed business journals back to 1886.
Garden, Landscape & Horticulture Index: Article topics include horticulture, garden and landscape design, botany, ecology, conservation, and garden management.
Vital Speeches of the Day: Contains speeches by those who have attained leadership in the fields of business, politics, education, government, and more.
Vocational and Career Collection: The collection provides full text coverage for 350 trade and industry-related periodicals.
You are not limited to just the databases listed above. To find a complete list of research databases sorted by subject check out the OSU Libraries Research Databases List.
Search Tips for an Online Database:
Using AND/OR/NOT to connect search terms (aka Boolean operators/connectors):
- AND: Finds articles containing both search words; obtains less results than only using one search word.
- OR: Finds articles that contain either search word; obtains more results than only using one search word; use for synonyms and related terms.
- NOT: Finds articles that do not contain a specific word
Truncation: Use a symbol (* $ !) to replace letters at the end of a word. Ex: Environmen* searches for environmental, environment, environmentalist, etc.
Quotation Marks: Search for an exact phrase.
Check each database's "Help" section to get additional tips and learn the exact symbol for truncation.