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Finding a journal using Barton, the MIT Libraries catalog

This tutorial demonstrates how to use Barton, the MIT Libraries catalog, to find journals that MIT subscribes to in print or electronically. If you have questions or comments about the MIT Libraries, Ask Us!

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