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This guide contains a full list of resources organized by names, subjects, and categories.
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The tabs along the top let you browse our database resources alphabetically.  Boxes on the right identify good starting places and subject specific resources.

What's a scholarly journal or article?

  • Anatomy of a Scholarly Article
    This quick visual tutorial highlights the different parts of a scholarly article, helping you recognize a scholarly article when you see it. Created by the North Carolina State University.
  • Peer Review in Three Minutes
    Peer Review in 3 Minutes provides an introduction to the process of peer review and its role in scholarly research, and concludes by pointing to libraries for further help in finding peer-reviewed articles. Created by the North Carolina State University Libraries.

Best Places to Start - Interdisciplinary Databases

  • Academic Search Complete (Ebsco)
    Search more than 13,300 periodicals, including full text for nearly 7,300 peer-reviewed journals. It features a mix of interdisciplinary scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers and books.
  • Research Library (ProQuest)
    Search more than 5,000 titles—over 3,500 in full text. It features a mix of interdisciplinary scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, and newspapers.
    Excellent source for full text scholarly journal articles in history, economics, education, philosophy, literature, African studies, Asian studies, African American studies, sociology, political science, science, and psychology.

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