Journal articles are often long (10-20 pages) and can be difficult to read.
To quickly read a journal article that is outside of your discipline, read only the following sections of an article and skip the rest of the article:
Pro-tip: Skim the bibliography for additional sources you can use for your paper.
Use Onesearch (library catalog), library databases, and Google Scholar to find journal articles.
For a full list of subjects, visit Databases A-Z.
Use Academic OneFile and Academic Search Elite to find articles on almost any subject.