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The following databases are your "best bets" for finding journal articles.
Most assignments call for at least one scholarly article. This is because these article have been reviewed and vetted by a panel of expert scholars in that field to ensure that the article will advance the thinking within the discipline.
These expert scholars are comprised of the peers of the article's author, and why the process of vetting is called peer review.
For a tip sheet of how to tell if an article is scholarly, click on the title below:
Brainstorm terms for effective searching:
There are many ways to find out the "right term" to search with. Try these:
If the article you want doesn't show an HTML or PDF option: