How do I find the database of a journal article?

How do I find the database of a journal article?

Journal & Article Locator

  1. Go to the Library homepage and click the “Databases and Journals” tab.
  2. Search for the journal name.
  3. Click on the “E-Journal Keyword Matches.”
  4. This will take you to the “Online Journals and Databases” page from the previous section on this page, “Online Journals and Databases”.

What are some journal databases?

The top list of academic research databases

  • Scopus. Scopus is one of the two big commercial, bibliographic databases that cover scholarly literature from almost any discipline.
  • Web of Science.
  • PubMed.
  • ERIC.
  • IEEE Xplore.
  • ScienceDirect.
  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
  • JSTOR.

What is a database journal article?

Databases of journal articles are sometimes called journal indexes. They contain the who/what/where information about journal articles. In a journal index, database records list the author(s), title, and publication date of a journal article along with the journal name, volume and issue.

What databases can you use to find scholarly articles?

Which Databases Contain Scholarly Journal Articles?

  • Academic Search Complete (EbscoHost)
  • JSTOR.
  • OmniFile Full Text Mega (H. W. Wilson) (EBSCOhost)
  • ProQuest Psychology Journals.
  • PsycARTICLES (ProQuest)

How much does JSTOR cost?

Pricing and Subscription Options Monthly plans cost $19.50 USD and include 10 PDF downloads per month and are eligible for auto-renewal. Annual plans cost $199.00 USD and include 120 PDF downloads and while they do not auto-renew, annual plans may be subject to a discount. Contact [email protected] to learn more.

How do I find research databases?

How to efficiently search online databases for academic research

  1. Use the campus network to access research databases.
  2. Find databases that are specifically related to your topic.
  3. Set up the search parameters within the database to be as narrow as possible.
  4. Find the tricks that help you get results.

Which database is used for literature review?

Scopus and Web of Science are good databases to start with for any research topic and literature review. Scopus is a large multidisciplinary database covering published material in the humanities and sciences. It also provides citation analysis of authors and subject areas.

How do you know if its a journal article?

Definitions. Journal articles are shorter than books and written about very specific topics. A journal is a collection of articles (like a magazine) that is published regularly throughout the year. Journals present the most recent research, and journal articles are written by experts, for experts.

Is a research article the same as a journal article?

Answer: Any article that is published in a journal can be referred to as a “journal article.” However, journals publish different types of articles, some of which require original research, while others do not. A “research article” however, refers to only those article types that require original research.

What is a multidisciplinary database?

Multidisciplinary databases cover a wide range of academic subjects including the arts, health care, business, literature, law, sciences, and more from journals, newspapers, magazines, ebooks, and reports.

How do I find journal articles?

How to Find Journal Articles. Visit your local library and see if they have access to online journals and, if they do, which ones. If you are a student, visit your university library. Some universities allow access to alumni and researchers. An increasing number of scholarly articles are on Google Scholar.

How to find journal articles?

Go to the Library homepage.

  • Scroll down until you see the large orange capital “I” with the words “U of I Collection” underneath it. Click on the “I.”
  • Look for “Journal Search” above the search box and click on it.
  • When you begin typing a title in the Journal Search box,suggestions will appear,as shown in the screen capture below:
  • How can I get my journal indexed in a database?

    Just go to

  • Choose NLM Catalog from the dropdown menu next to the search box
  • Enter the journal name
  • Click on the journal name in search results
  • Scroll down to the “In” field. You will see if the journal is indexed in any of the databases.
  • What will an article Database do?

    General article databases are a good place to start since they include both popular and scholarly journal titles covering numerous disciplines. Simply choose one of those databases and type in your keywords to begin to find articles.

    Begin typing your search term above and press enter to search. Press ESC to cancel.

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