In most cases, the research process begins with a topic: one types some keywords into a database or search engine, gets a result list, selects appropriate/reliable/useful articles, and is (hopefully) satisfied. But what happens if you already know what you’re looking for, because you have an exact citation? Or if you are looking for a specific journal that you would like to browse? How do you know which journal is included in which database? The author discusses the York College Library's e-journal portal, a subscription product from Serials Solutions.
Drobnicki, John A. 2016, Spring. How to find a particular article or journal in a library database: Using the e-journal portal. LibWire 10(1): 5-6.