Looking for more (or different) journals? Find links to open access journals and learn more about open access through our Open Access Guide.
Don't forget, if you run into a problem or need help searching, you can just Ask the Library and we'll get right back to you.
* Many e-resources have a browsable Thesaurus (also called Subject Terms, Subject Headings, or Topics) to help you build a search. These subject words can be searched in a field called "Descriptors" or "Subjects" for more relevant search results.
* Use a truncation symbol to find alternate forms of words. In most e-resources this symbol is an asterisk * (the little star above the number 8 on your keyboard). For example: child* will produce all records that start with those 5 letters - children, childhood, childcare, etc.
The Critical Appraisal Skills Programme has developed a series of checklists to help anyone who wants to be able to better read and evaluate research articles. Choose the checklist you want below: