Start your research in the databases listed on the Key resources page of this guide. If you need to search more thoroughly, continue searching in the databases below.
Change your settings so that Find it @ SCU links automatically appear within Google Scholar in your search results:
If you use EndNote, under Bibliography Manager, select EndNote.
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You may be required to find peer-reviewed journal articles. Here are some tips for finding out if an article is published in a peer-reviewed journal:
There are 4 ways to check for peer-reviewed status:
Also remember to check that your article is scholarly and not just an opinion or commentary piece that happens to be in a peer-reviewed publication. Some good indicators:
Research Ready - Scholarly vs non-scholarly sources
This module that explains the difference between Scholarly and non-Scholarly resources.
Research Ready - Evaluating resources
A short module showing how to evaluate resources using the CRAAP test