To find journal,
magazine, or newspaper articles, you need to use a database in GALILEO@UGA.
should I use?
It depends on
your topic, and also on what kind of information, and how much,
full text databases:
- Use if you
need just a few articles, and would prefer full text.
good for current information and for social topics, such as gun
control or the funding of political parties.
- Try Academic Search Premier for any topic. For sciences, try Science Direct.
- For more
indepth research on your topic. Subject-specific databases include
many more articles in the specific subject area, but may not include
- Access via
drop-down menu on the GALILEO@UGA home page or the Libraries homepage on the "Articles" tab.
- When you
choose a subject, you'll see a list of databases to choose from. If you want to learn more about a specific database, click on the next to it.
Figuring out which subject(s) relate to the topic of your paper:
You may not
find a database that fits your research question exactly.
your research question and determine the main aspects, or the main
approaches you might take. Then you can look for databases that
cover those aspects. [Here's an example of that... ]