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How do I Search for Articles using Library Search?
Library Search is a great way to see what's out there on a topic or see if we have a specific article.
If you want to do more in depth research in an area, our librarians recommend subject specific databases on our Research Guides.
Search for Articles by Title
Enter the title in the box and search.
Use the "Articles" tab or "Articles" resource filter to narrow your search to only articles.
The "Peer-Reviewed" box is already checked. Uncheck it if you want to bring up non-peer-reviewed results.
Search for Articles by Keyword
Enter your keyword into the main search box.
Filter your results on the left under Resource Type to Articles.
How to Narrow Results
Once you have the results list from your search, you can further refine it by adding some filters:
- Peer-reviewed journals, under availability
- Articles, under resource type
- Subject headings