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  • Research Help: Journals & Newspaper Databases

    Use this guide to help you learn about research and perform research yourself for both academic and leisurely activities.

    Getting Started

    These databases and resources are great places for conducting research and finding information. We provide access to a wide variety of newspapers, magazines, and scholarly (peer-reviewed) journals.

    **Watch the video tutorials below before accessing the databases**

    Your *Best Bets* are under "Suggested EBSCO Journals to Explore." Use them to help narrow down your search to more specific and technical resources.

    **Double check your resources using the CRAAP test and comparing Scholarly Vs Popular publications.**




     Use Google Scholar to help you

    1. Figure out what you want to research, and
    2. Find keywords for that research

    Then use those keywords in our databases to find peer-reviewed articles, newspaper articles, or other reputable sources, depending what you need for your project.

    Google Scholar Search
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