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Last Updated: Jun 06, 2017     Views: 893

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An easy way to find scholarly articles is to use a library database found in the A-Z Database List or on a Library Research Guide organized by subject.  If you're not sure where to start, begin in Academic Search Complete.  Do a search for your topic then limit to scholarly, academic or "peer reviewed" articles.  


If there is a particular article you'd like to use, but you still aren't sure if it's scholarly you can also consult Ulrich's Directory of Periodicals , a reference source that provides information about journals and magazines, and which will definitively note those titles which are peer-reviewed. For more help locating full text for articles, contact us in person at our Research Help Desks, by email, text, telephone or IM using our Ask A Librarian service.