|•Usually published once per week or once per month
•Geared to the general public.
•Articles are generally shorter.
•Articles not always signed.
•Cover a wide range of topics.
•Broadly summarize research and current issues.
•Contain many advertisements and photographs.
•Usually published on a monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly basis.
•Evaluated by and geared to scholars, researchers or professionals.
•Articles always signed.
•Contain articles with in-depth analysis.
•Explain research methodology and research findings and have bibliographies.
Usually sponsored by an academic or professional organization
Avery is the primary database for interior design journals. if your topic is interdisciplinary or subject specific such as medical, see subject guides for those disciplines.
The titles below are online journals (note the coverage period, as you may have to use some earlier issues in print):
Arq: Architectural Research Quarterly
Residential Design & Build
Journal of Architecture
Livraisons d'histoire de l'architecture
Space and Culture
The Association of Architecture School Librarians maintains a list of core architectural journal recommendations
You can search multiple databases at once if we get them from the same vendor. For example, you can search Avery, CBCA, and multiple newspapers (Canadian Major Dailies, etc.) because they all come from ProQuest.
To do so, select one and once the link opens click "Change Database" at the top. From there you can check off all the databases you want to search.