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There are several ways to search for articles in the library's collections:


EagleSearch, the library's discovery tool, searches through the library's print materials collections, as well as many of the online databases. Search results can be narrowed down by using the limiters on the left of any results page. These include Peer-Reviewed (Scholarly), Content Type (Journal Article, Magazine Article, etc.), Publication Date, Subject, and more. 

Research Databases

For more focused searching, many of the library's individual databases contain article content. The Research Databases page provides access to the many databases the library subscribes to. Databases can be browsed alphabetically or by using the by Subject and by Type drop-down menus.

Citation Linker

The Citation Linker can be used to search for a specific article using citation information. For best results, include a title, ISSN, ISBN, DOI, or PMID.

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