Usually, most of the sources you use will be articles from peer-reviewed journals. The most typical way to acquire these articles is through a research database, which contains catalogued citations or even full-text articles. Learn how to find articles here.
How to Find Journals
If you want to look for a specific journal or browse journals by title, follow these instructions:
NWOSU subscribes to many databases.
Most research databases are proprietary, meaning you can’t access them from the open web. See our complete list of available databases on our database page:
Some databases are designed for specific subjects, but others are general or interdisciplinary, covering almost every subject.
The databases listed here have been selected for their extensive coverage:
Most databases are proprietary, but some are open access, making peer-reviewed content freely available on the web.
Here are some of the most prominent open-access databases: