To search for peer-reviewed journal articles, conference papers, book reviews, and other online scholarly information, you'll need to search a database. Different databases contain information about different subjects. Choose a database based on the subject of your research topic.
1. Find a Specific Article
Use this option when you already have a citation (information about the article such as the title, author, journal title, date of publication, etc.) and want to find a copy of the article.
2. Search for Articles on a Topic
Start by selecting the subject area of your topic from the list below:
Not Sure Where to Start?
These interdisciplinary databases are good places to search for articles on any topic:
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