There are also general subject databases that populate results from thousands of journals. These can be found at the A-Z list of databases on the Library website. LGBT topics can be found by using the keyword search boxes found in each database.
Below is a list of some subject search terms relating to LGBT studies that can be used to narrow your research:
There are a number of ways to find an article on the Fordham Library website at http://www.library.fordham.edu/:
To find a specific journal, go to the Fordham Library website and enter the title in the search box found under the "E-Journals" tab.
To find journals on a specific subject, go to the Fordham Library website. Hover the mouse over "Resources" and click the link called "E-Journals & Books Portal". To find subject-specific journals, go to "Browse e-resources by subject".
To conduct a multi-journal search in a database, go to the library website and choose the "Databases" tab. From there, you can search using keywords in the search box, browse by subject, or access an A-Z list of databases that Fordham subscribes to.
Another option for a multi-journal search is to use the Library's search tool, OneSearch, found on the Library homepage. Click "OneSearch Advanced" for more specific searching options, or conduct a general search using keywords in the search box.
Electronic access to these publications may be found on the Fordham Library website (www.library.fordham.edu) by entering the title in the search box found in the "E-Journals" tab.
Google Scholar indexes the full text of a wide array of scholarly literature across many disciplines. Use Advanced Search for more refined results.