Research @ Longwood: Find Articles

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Find Articles

Articles from journals will likely compromise a lot of your research since they are often timely and focused. This page will show you how to find articles and link to subject specific research tools.

What's that 'Find It' Thing?

If you come across a Find It button, that means the full-text is not available through your current database. Click the button to see if it is available in another database or in print. 

If the article you want is NOT available, you can still request it through Interlibrary Loan!

          How to get better results

          Try using something called 'boolean logic'. You can use the words 'and' 'or' and 'not' to help narrow your results. 

          Boolean logic

          OneSearch Tips

          • To find scholarly journal articles: In your search results, in the light-blue left-hand column, check "Journals (Scholarly / Peer Reviewed) " under "Refine your results."
          • To find magazines and newspapers: In your search results, in the light-blue left-hand column, under "Source Types," select "Periodicals."
            * You may want to add the names of popular magazines or newspapers to your search. For example: New York Times for newspapers and Newsweek or Time for magazines.