We've grouped our article databases by subject, so that you can quickly find resources on your topic. Keep in mind that many databases are interdisciplinary and are worth exploring even if they aren't on your subject's list.
These are a few databases and resource guides that will be useful for all subject areas:
Arts & Humanities
Business & Management
Library & Information Science
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Resources like Web of Science and Google Scholar will show you cited and citing references for any article you find in them.
When you're looking at search results in a database you're going to see a few different ways to get to the full article, usually either...
Both of these will take you to the article!
Click the Find Full-Text button and a new tab or window will open. In this tab, your article will load automatically. You will also see a YELLOW ribbon with a link saying "Go To Full Text Finder Results"--click the link if the article doesn't load on its own.
Identify good keywords to use in your search by thinking about the main ideas inherent in your topic.
Consider using synonyms of your keywords to help find even more information. For example, if you are looking for articles about the benefits of a womens college, you might use the keywords and synonyms below:
|Keywords||Synonyms 1||Synonyms 2|