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Articles, Journals and Databases

We provide access to a variety of articles and journals for you to use. Below are a few ways to guide you during your research journey.

Also, remember that to ensure off-campus access, you need to search using the “Search Articles” section of the library home page or choose databases on the articles and research databases web page.

I’m looking for an article in a specific subject area.
To look for articles by subject area, go to the articles and research databases web page. From there you can explore our list of databases by subject area, using the descriptions of each database to help you decide where to search.

Article by Subject area highlighted in red

Depending on your area of interest, one or more databases might suit your needs, so feel free to experiment.

I’m looking for a specific article.
To look for a specific article, we suggest searching Google Scholar. Start on the library home page in the “Search Articles” section. Switch the selection to the Google Scholar option before typing in your terms into the search box.

Google Scholar search option on library home page

After a list of results pops up, you will be able to access full-text articles by either clicking a PDF link or “Get full text @ SNC” to the right of each article description.

Google Scholar Search Results Example


I’m looking for a specific journal.
To look for a journal by title, subject, or ISSN/ISSBN, go to the journal subscriptions web page, type the journal title you need in the search bar and click the “Search” button.

If we have access to the journal you’re looking for, you will see a list of databases that include full-text access, along with dates of coverage. Select the link that includes the years you need.


Journal Search Results Example


I’m looking for newspaper articles.
To look for newspaper articles, go to the articles and research databases web page. From there select the “Find By Content Type” tab. Once the database list appears, select “Newspapers” to scroll automatically to that section. Use the descriptions of each database to help you decide where to search.

Articles & Research Databases Web page, Newspaper search


I’m looking for something that isn’t listed here.
If none of these describe your particular need, or if you need further assistance, ask a librarian.

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