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ARTS 1100 (Theme: Food)

Finding scholarly articles

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.

Google Scholar Search

You've been asked to only use scholarly sources in your assignment, but how do you really know what you're looking at?

Check out this quick comparison chart from North Carolina State University Library which uses food-related examples.

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.

How to find articles on a specific topic?

Try our Summon Search to find scholarly journal articles. It will search across most of the library's research databases at one time.

After you search by keyword(s), use the REFINE YOUR SEARCH options to limit your results to SCHOLARLY & PEER-REVIEW sources.

This database focuses on food and agriculture journal articles, reports, etc.