- Quick Links
Yes, you can use Google (try Google Scholar) or any other Internet search engine to locate resources... but how do you know when what you have found is authoritative and trustworthy? Consult this page:
You may want to find answers for these questions:
Tip: If you find an article abstract that is interesting, but you cannot find the full text online, copy all the information from the citation as you will need this information to locate the full text through our subscriptions. Look up the name of the journal in which the article is found (not the name of the article!) in the catalogue to see if we have a subscription. If we do, select the link that will provide access to the right volume and issue (or locate it on the shelf for print subscriptions).
Tip: If there is any doubt as to whether an article is academic or peer-reviewed, you can consult
or confirm it with your professor or with a librarian before using it.