To find articles, you need a special type of database called an index.
We offer access to many databases, so it's sometimes difficult to decide which one to use. Scholarly articles are found using databases that describe articles from thousands of different journals. Different databases cover different journals, so you don't always find what you want in the first place you look.
To find articles useful in this course, try one or more of these:
Choose your favourite database, based on the descriptions of what they cover and which interface you prefer. However, your best work uses several databases and several searches.
Not sure what all this means? Review the tutorial on "Finding Articles".