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ENTS 100: Science, Technology, and Public Policy

Professor Joel Weisberg - Fall 2017

Looking for Articles

Tip #1:

Usually, it's helpful to start a search trying out lots of synonyms for your topic.  Then, narrow your search using the precise subject terms each database uses to sort its articles into categories.

Tip #2:

A great way to find articles is to use the bibliographies and references from a good book or article you already find useful. 

Search Catalyst

You can use Catalyst to search for articles as well as books.
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Where to Search for Articles

Search for scholarly articles in library databases. Here are some suggested databases to get started.

"Can I get this article?"

The authoritative source (besides talking to a librarian) on Carleton's journal subscriptions is the Journals List.  When you have identified a journal article that you want to read, follow the steps below.