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Search by keywords and small phrases.
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Use "quotation marks" to search for whole phrases.
Use the database’s built in limiting features. Some databases have a filter for full-text or scholarly journals.
Consider truncation. The symbol used is usually *.
AGRICULTUR* will retrieve:
Try using the database’s subject terms. Those are listed in the database’s thesaurus, or they may be listed near the article abstract.
Libraries subscribe to various types of periodicals, such as scholarly (some of which may be peer-reviewed, blind peer-reviewed, editorial review) popular, or trade publications. Choosing which to use depends on your topic, the type of writing you are doing, your assignment, and the sources your professor wants you to use. Many databases offer the option to limit to "Scholarly Journals" or "Peer Reviewed". If you're not sure if a journal is considered scholarly/peer-reviewed, check Ulrichs by looking up the title of the journal.
What is a peer-reviewed journal?
In peer-reviewed (refereed) journals, the articles are written by experts and are reviewed by several other experts in the field before the article is published in the journal in order to ensure the article's quality.
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