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UNIV 1000 - Cornerstone

This guide will help you locate topics of information and provide you with suggestions on where and how to search.

Find Articles 

Use the basic databases below to find scholarly articles.

Subject-specific Databases

If OneSearch or the basic databases didn't work to find scholarly articles, try a database below.

Business

Education

Health

History

Science

Psychology/Sociology

What is a Scholarly Article? 

1. They are written by experts - look for an author's credentials or affiliations.

2. They are written for other experts or people in academia. Think of each scholarly work as a voice in an ongoing conversation to which you will add your voice when you write a paper. 

3. They use scholarly language with technical, discipline-specific vocabulary.

4. They provide verifiable and reliable evidence for claims. Even if the resource is a general history/overview it will contain well-researched information that the reader can verify.

5. They may be peer-reviewed. Many journals go through an editorial process where other experts review and assess the information. 

Content adapted from California State University, Meriam Library