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.
Search All EBSCOhost Databases
Search Newspapers, Magazines, and more.
These recommended databases definitely contain peer-reviewed resources.
Use Google Scholar to help you
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.
"Academic" or "Research"
Popular Newspaper & Magazines
"General" or "Journalistic"
|Authors are named and usually affiliated with an institution.||Authors are potentially anonymous.|
|Authors are subject matter experts.||Authors are journalists.|
|Articles are peer-reviewed.||Articles are not peer-reviewed.|
|Citation lists are lengthy and extensive.||Citation lists are little to non-existent.|
|Advertisements are limited.||Advertisements are everywhere.|
|Articles are lengthy and very detailed.||Articles are shorter and focus on general points.|
|Issues are published on a less frequent basis (semi-annually, quarterly, monthly).||Issues are published frequently (daily, weekly, monthly).|
|Target audiences are professionals, academics, and students.||Target audiences are the general public.|
|Titles typically include words like bulletin, journal, or review.||Titles do not typically include words like bulletin, journal, or review.
Except "The Wall Street Journal," which is not a scholarly publication.