Start your search with the library's search engine Summon.
Below are the research databases we recommend for starting your article search. You can use these to locate articles in scholarly journals as well as trade publications.
Remember: It's good research strategy to do your searches in MORE THAN ONE database.
To browse the more than 100 databases the Library offers you, please visit our Research database page.
Try these free, open access databases for articles, research, and government reports.
If database searching is new for you, learn the benefits of using them in your research, with this short video from Yavapai Community College Library.
Don't know if KPU has a particular journal or magazine? Use the Journal by Title search to find out if the Library subscribes.
Once you've searched the Library's databases, check Google Scholar for more articles and reports. Use the "Where Can I Get This?" link to take you to articles available through KPU's subscriptions.
Not sure if your article would be considered scholarly, or academic?
Use this interactive graphic, Anatomy of a Scholarly Article, from North Carolina State University Library.
Find out what the C.R.A.A.P. test is and how you can use it to decide whether the information you find online is credible.
From Western University Libraries.