The databases listed below are just a few that can help you find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles that are often not freely available through the internet.
Instead of searching in the databases directly, you can use the main catalog on the Holman Library homepage to search for books, ebooks, videos, and articles from journals, magazines, newspapers, and more.
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The image below shows how you can use quotation marks to limit to exact phrases
The image also shows how you can use the built in Boolean tools using the drop down to change from AND, OR, NOT or how you can add those tools to the search yourself.
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Google Scholar can be very useful in finding about articles on a topic. You may not always get free, immediate access to the content it shows you, but Google Scholar can certainly be a great place to get started and see what kinds of content is out there.
Here are some features as highlighted in the image below.
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