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How to find articles
To find articles you need to look through journals on your topic. Before computers were created this was done by hand but now we can look online. The library has access to many databases or groups of journals that are indexed for easy searching. To find what you need go to one of the general databases and search for your topic. Each database has its own unique group of journals so looking in more than one database might be needed. If you cannot find what you need in a general database go to database finder to find specific topic databases or if you know the name of the database you need go to database complete list.
- Database Finder
List of databases organized by subjects.
- Complete List of Databases
All the databases available in alphabetical order.
- TDnet Journal Locator
Tool to locate journal articles when you already have the citation
- Periodical Holdings List
List of journals and magazines we have on the shelves
- Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Service that will try to track down an article for you if we do not have access to it.
- Citations (APA, MLA)
Information on how to create citations for your papers.