When you find an article you like DO NOT COPY AND PASTE THE LINK AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE (IN THE WEB BROWSER). The links are not stable and you will not find the article again.
Follow these steps to obtain the complete article, or full text, while searching:
Look for a PDF Full Text or PDF link.
No PDF Full Text or PDF link? Look for another full text link, such as Linked Full Text, Full Text Finder, or HTML Full Text.
Boolean logic - use AND, OR, NOT (sometimes AND NOT) to connect two or more search terms:
Truncation - the library catalog and most databases use special characters to make searching easier in certain situations. Check the help screens in the catalog or database you are using to see what the special characters are for that resource.
Most of your research for this paper will come from articles, since they will be most current. Remember to check article dates! Generally, newer articles or articles that a few years old will be better (no more than 5-7 years). However, ask your professor if you have questions.
The databases below are starting points for your research.