FINDING THE JOURNAL TITLE
In order to look up an article in Kettering's databases, you need the journal title from the citation. Most citations are in APA or MLA format. In both formats, the journal title is the italicized part. See New Scientist in the example below.
Zalasiewicz, J. (2015). To the depths of the Earth and back again. New Scientist, 228(3047), 34.
Lastname, Initial. (Year). Article title. Journal Title, Volume#(Issue#), Pgs.
MLA citations are slightly different, with the title of the article in quotes, but the journal title is still in italics.
Zalasiewicz, Jan. "To the Depths of the Earth and Back Again." New Scientist 228.3074 (2015): 34.
FINDING THE ACTUAL JOURNAL
Once you are in the Journal list you can type in the title of the journal you wish to search.