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Toxicology: Journals & Databases

What is an Academic Journal?


Journals can be called by many names; serials, periodicals or magazines for example.  Journals are published at regular intervals under the same title. They contain articles relating to a specific subject area. 

Academic journals are the most relevant for research purposes. Articles in academic journals are usually refereed (also called peer-reviewed). Academic articles are available through Databases such as EBSCO SocIndex and many more. Databases can be searched individually through the Collections/ Databases tab on the Library website or through Discover on the Library Website main page 


Academic Journal Databases


All-Academic Journal databases are available under the Collections/ Databases/ A-Z listings tab or though Discover on the library website. 

Open access sources allow access to academic articles outside databases and are available through resources such as Google Scholar, the AIT Institutional Repository, Directory of Open Access Journals, and other areas. 

Some Relevant Databases

Academic Journal example: Toxicology Research

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Database access off-Campus

All Databases are available both on and off the college campus (with Internet Access).

Databases are accessed through AIT Library using your college single sign-on credentials. Click 'My Library Record' tab on the main library webpage to sign-in