Scholarly material is generally available in subject-specific databases that include journal articles, conference proceedings, and related material published in related disciplines. For example, scholarly articles in economics can be found in a database called EconLit, and health science literature is available through PubMed.
2. Choose your research subject area from the A-Z list that appears. Note that you will need to click on a broad subject category to expose more specific guide options.
3. Select the Find Articles menu option in your chosen subject guide to expose database options relevant to your research. Tip: This menu item may alternatively be labeled Articles or Articles & eJournals.
4. As you browse the results, look these icons in order to access the full text of articles.
Tip: Select the option located on the left or right hand side of the database to retrieve only those results that have full text immediately available.
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