This video--courtesy of Vanderbilt University--explains the difference between scholarly journals and popular magazines. (3:10)
|Look for one of these icons in the article record:|
|If you don't see one of those, click this:|
|to find links to the article in another database or to see if the library has the article in print.|
If the library does not have a copy, you can order it for free through Interlibrary Loan.
Scholarly peer reviewed articles are included in many library databases. Use a research guide to find the best database for your subject or use the library's JEWL Search. You can also use the library's Databases A-Z tool to find a list of library databases by subject or discipline.
1. Enter your keywords / topics.
2. On the search results page, use the filters in the left column under the "Limit To" menu: