Answered By: Ted Bergfelt Last Updated: Apr 13, 2017 Views: 612
Along with books, articles from magazines, journals and newspapers will be major sources of information for your research. Gumberg Library provides access to over 200 different databases, covering many different subjects. Most are excellent sources of articles. Visit Research Databases to explore all the different databases available through the databases page and the library catalog. They are arranged by subject and alphabetically by databases name.
QuickSearch is Gumberg Library's catalog. To find articles that are available in print, as well as articles that are available through databases, simply search using the search box in the middle of the Gumberg Library homepage.
ProQuest Central & Academic Search Elite
A good place to search on the Internet for articles from scholarly sources is Google Scholar. In order to make Google Scholar show which of the articles it retrieves are available in full text from Gumberg Library databases, it is necessary to set Google Scholar preferences.
If you want to know how to find the full text of articles in these databases, visit the Finding Full Text guide.
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