Many of the journals you will use in your research are available online through article databases. Databases gather those electronic journals together, usually by subject, and allow you to search many journals for articles on specific topics or by particular authors.
Getting full-text articles from journal databases:
Use one or more of these databases to locate articles on a topic. When you try to use a resource from off campus, you will be prompted for your . Once that's verified, you'll get a link to begin using the database.
() will group words as a phrase, ensuring they appear next to each other in the record. For example: "Corporate Speak" or "constructive criticism."
An () at the end of a term will allow you to search for different forms of a word with what you enter as a base. For example: econ* will return results for economy, economic, economics, economist, economical, etc.
Check out our how to guide for even more search tips.
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