It is a fairly common practice for scholarly journal publishers to place an "embargo" -- a restriction on access to the full-text of their journal covering a specific time period - on subscriptions to that journal that come through academic database publishers like EBSCOHost. Generally, such an embargo means that while the databases that index the journal will provide abstracts and citation information, the full-text of the article will not be available to IUP Library users during the embargo period.
Embargos usually range from 6 months to 18 months, with 1 year being the most common duration. Note that even if a journal is embargoed, current articles may be obtained via Interlibrary Loan.
For the journals linked on this guide, the links will take you to the bibliographic database that indexes that journal's articles (in other words, the database that contains citations, abstracts, and frequently full-text for that journal).
If you find a journal article that is not available electronically, our print journal collections are located on the ground floor of Stapleton Library. Alternatively, if we do not own the journal article in print or in electronic format, you can obtain the article via Interlibrary Loan.