The library subscribes to many article databases, most with full text. Most are discipline-specific.
OneSearch limited to articles searches most of these databases. If no links to full text, use Interlibrary Loan to order the article.
If you want to know whether the library has access to a particular article, use OneSearch to search for that article title. If it doesn't come up, use Interlibrary Loan to order the article.
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Searching a database will provide citations to scholarly journal articles and other scientific research.
To access the full-article, look for links to:
If there are no full-text links, use Find It! to see if article is available in another library subscription.
Scholarly journals are discipline-specific means of sharing research and communicating with colleagues. Peer review for scholarly journals refers to the editorial process by which the newest research is chosen as worthy of archiving in this journal. Editors are peer researchers, and experts in their field.