To find articles published in periodicals (magazines, newspapers, journals, etc.), you will need to use a database. Databases can be multi-disciplinary (EBSCO, Proquest) or subject specific (ERIC, PSYCInfo). They can be searched in numerous ways: by author, title of the article or periodical, by keyword or subject.HOW TO SELECT A DATABASE - Click the "Library Databases" link below. You will find descriptions of database contents printed next to the database link.
FULL-TEXT AVAILABLE OR CITATION/ABSTRACT ONLY? - If you need to be able to read the article immediately, be sure to click the "Full Text Only box near the search box.
LOCATING A KNOWN ARTICLE - If you are looking for a known article (you already have the citation from a reference book, bibliography, another article, etc.) try:
When you can't access an article or book, remember to request it from ILL at no cost.
Click this icon in a database, or use the Request Library Materials link below.