To, you will need your eServices username (w+student ID) and password.
QUOTATION MARKS: Put exact phrases in quotation marks
ASTERISK: Put an asterisk (*) at the end of a word to search for all possible endings
BOOLEAN OPERATORS: Use operators to link ideas and narrow/broaden your search
The library subscribes to dozens of scholarly databases, both general and subject-based. Within these databases are scholarly, newspaper, and magazine articles, ebooks, and more that as a student you can access for free. If you are looking for resources in a specific field, going to a subject database will produce more relevant results.
Scholarly (a.k.a. peer-reviewed or academic) articles are usually published in journals, a type of periodical (meaning it's published on a regular basis). The journals listed below can be found in the databases to the left, but you may want to search for articles in a specific journal.