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Finding academic or scholarly journal articles

To find academic (also called peer-reviewed) articles by subject discipline, you can:

  • browse the Library's article databases by subject area and search individual article databases or:
  • go to the Books & articles tab of any research guide (arranged by subject)  to see databases recommended by our departmental librarians.

For general search tips regardless of discipline, see How to find journal articles.

Already have a citation? Try our From citation to article guide.

To learn more about scholarly or academic articles, see What is a scholarly (or peer-reviewed) journal?

Finding books and media

To find books, videos, government documents, or to see which journals are in the Library's collection, use the Library Catalogue search guide.

Finding articles and other resources on the open web: Tips for Google and Google Scholar

For more focussed and sharply-honed searches, try these Search tips for Google and Google Scholar.

Tip: When you find articles that aren't available on the open web (or where the publishers charge a fee), check to see if the Library can provide free access, using our From citation to article guide.

Evaluating search results

Even the best web search can lead to unreliable or misleading sources. Find out more about Evaluating sources and How to spot fake news: Identifying propaganda, satire, and false information.

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