Use ProQuest and Academic Search Complete to search for magazine articles on your topic.
Remember to limit to only magazine articles by checking the appropriate boxes by source or document type or by narrowing to source type after you search.
You can also limit your search to a specific magazine. In ProQuest change your search field to Publication Title. In Academic Search Complete, enter the title at Publication:
To search for articles, enter your keywords. Try one at a time, slowly building a search for relevant articles.
Use Primo One Search to:
Be sure to use limiters to help you find what you're looking for.
This sample search on "green tea" in the image below found over 79,508 books, articles, videos. Use "Advanced Search" to add additional search options. The "Filter My Results" options on the left let you sort by type (books, videos, articles), location (library items), and date.
When you search the library's multidisciplinary periodical databases, most articles in your results are either from a newspaper, magazine, or journal.
You are required to find four articles or educational videos in total for your assignment. I suggest the following resources for magazine articles and films.
Why use magazine articles?
Magazine articles are written for a general audience and explore current issues of interest in some depth.
Specialty magazines, such as Scientific American, are a great source of accessible, credible science news.
Like magazine articles, educational videos and video journalism reflect current news and analysis.
Created for the general public, they are accessible and informative.