The resources on this page are recommended for when you need to find evidence-based research literature and other types of articles for literature reviews, annotated bibliographies, and other projects. You'll also find search and evaluation strategies to help you find the best articles for your topic.
Not sure where to start? This interactive tutorial will walk you through how to search for articles.
Google works with libraries to determine which journals and papers they've subscribed to electronically. Once you configure the Library Links settings in Google Scholar, links to full-text articles will display in Google Scholar when they're available through Simmons Library.
To make these links appear, just access Google Scholar from any Simmons computer and the links will automatically be included.
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.
Did you know?
Resources like Web of Science and Google Scholar will show you cited and citing references for any article you find in them.