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PRST 3995: Interdisciplinary Research and Project Solving: Home

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Getting Started

For most students in this class, your assignment is to determine two disciplines related to your potential research problem. For each of these two disciplines, you will locate and evaluate two sources or articles (one peer-reviewed article and one non peer-reviewed source) published within the last 10 years. This means you will need a total of four sources for the assignment, two peer reviewed and two non peer-reviewed. Check with your instructor to make sure these requirements are correct. 

Library Search (JEWL)

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An Alternative to JEWL Search

The ProQuest All-Database Search is similar to JEWL Search in that it searches content in a variety of library databases. The contents in this search will have some crossover with JEWL Search, but there is also unique content here.

Magazine and Scholarly Articles

These interdisciplinary databases provide access to articles from general and professional magazines, scholarly journals and some newspapers.