After you have browsed or searched, at the top of each page you wil have the following information and options:
1. Search bar for new searches
2. "Browse All Journals by Title or Subject" link to start a new browse
3. The middle section contains your number of results and what you are browsing or searching.
4. Here, you have two limiters: Peer Reviewed (scholarly) and Open Access. If you want to limit to either, just click the link. After you've clicked, the limiters you're using will be underlined. To clear the limiter, click the "Clear Filter" link.
In addition to the information and limits at the top of the page, each result also gives you a lot of information:
1. The top portion gives you the title and ISSN for the journal.
2. If the journal is peer reviewed, or scholarly, it will be listed under the ISSN with a neat little graduation hat.
3. The "holdings" section. This section tells you which databases have the journal and what dates they contain. In the example above, there are three databases that provide access to Gothic Studies from 05/01/2004 to 05/31/2014 and three that provide access from 2006-2014. Click on the title of any database to view and search the journal further.
4. Use the "Search Inside This Journal" search bar to search for a particular article or topic within the journal. This is very helpful when there are several different databases that carry the journal and you don't want to visit multiple databases.