The J.W. England Library provides access to over 60 electronic
databases, most containing journal articles and other resources.
Search databases by subject, keyword, author, etc., to find both
primary and secondary articles. Your search is likely to yield
both full-text articles linked directly through the database, or
citations to materials available in print.
Points to keep in mind:
- Journal titles—not the articles themselves—are listed in Our
Journal List, a list of print and electronic titles.
- If we do not own a journal that contains the article you need,
it can be obtained through ILLiad,
the Library’s interlibrary loan service for articles.
- Another local library may own the particular journal title that
you need. Click
here for a listing of area libraries that permit
USciences students, faculty, and staff to use their collections,
and for further information on visitor guidelines.
Start with a high-quality database:
covers the fields of medicine, drug research and therapeutics,
nursing and allied health, dentistry, the health care system,
the preclinical sciences, etc. abstracts. You can get into Medline
Research Library is an excellent database that has
both scholarly and popular articles on a broad range of topics.
Page last updated:5/3/2013