To find articles on a topic, there are several possible approaches. Click the plus sign to learn about each option.
This guide provides links to article databases recommended for your course. See also the full list of article databases.
Hint: Most article databases have a "Journal Title" search field or limit, so you can use these search functions to narrow your more comprehensive search results to these recommended titles.
If you are researching a lesser-known person, place, or event, you may want to search the full-text e-journals collections below.
Also consider databases in related subject areas. See the full A-Z list of article databases and choose the subject drop-down menu to find "Best Bets" for each subject area.
Many of our databases have this button, which searches for the full-text of the article in our collections. If we don't have it electronically, look for the "Request article scan" link in the "Get It" section.
A research log helps you to keep track of where you have searched, what you found, and plans for future searches. Make a copy (File|Make copy) and save to your Google Drive.