Journals are a very good source of information on new theories and developments, writing on emerging artists and designers, latest policies, scientific papers and state-of-the art technology.
Journals are for reference use only - scanners and photocopiers are available in the libraries.
If the journal you are looking for is not available from the library, you can use the Inter-Library Loans service to request individual journal articles from elsewhere.
Any requests for new journal subscriptions need to be made via lecturers.
An increasing number of journals are available online, either as full text or as searchable archives and, where this option is available, there will be a link to it from the journal record on the Library catalogue. You will need to log in to access any electronic subscriptions.
- Falmouth University
- All electronic journals available to Falmouth University staff and students are available through Library Search; to check whether Falmouth has a subscription to a specific journal title, use the filters to refine your search..
- University of Exeter
- The University of Exeter Library Search provides access to all electronic journal resources; to check whether Exeter has a subscription to a specific journal title, use the filters to refine your search.
You can use Press Reader to access 7400 magazines and newspapers from around the world.
We also have a few titles that you can access via your mobile devices and read online, from cover to cover. These use the Flipster platform and you can download the app to your own mobile device. Currently the magazines you can read are:
We also have Wire magazine available via Exact Editions platform.
The library also owns some historic journals, which are available for students to consult.