You can find articles using the library's databases. If your professor has suggested a database to use, you can access that database through the Databases A-Z page.
Otherwise, go to Find Articles & Research Data and then select the subject area (such as American Indian Studies or History) to view a list of suggested databases for that subject.
If the full-text is not available for the article you want to see, click the button or the "Find Text" link to see if the full-text is available in another database.
Use AND between terms to narrow your search
example: television and violence and children
Use OR and/or truncate (*, ?) words to broaden your search
example: children or youth or adolescents
example: child* (will find child, children, etc.) Note: check online help for the correct truncation symbol
Popular Magazines and Newspapers:
If you have questions as you do research for your project in this class, go to Ask-A- Librarian (http://library.csun.edu/Research_Assistance/askus.html), or contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-677-6808.