Articles from library databases are acceptable for research papers. NOTE: Although you search the databases via the internet, they are not considered websites.
Unlike web pages that can be created and posted by anyone, library databases contain pre-selected, quality, and controlled articles. NOTE: Like any source, evaluate it carefully - library databases do contain a variety of sources including editorials and opinion pieces.
Type keywords or phrases that describe your topic
Database: An organized collection of data, usually searchable by keywords.
Library Databases are organized by subject or discipline, such as business or education, and some are multidisciplinary. Some databases include articles in journals, magazines, newspapers; another may include books, book chapters, conference proceedings, etc.; or another may be specialized, such as just encyclopedias; and some may be combinations.
Companies, or vendors, may offer several databases. The Library pays a yearly subscription fee for each database.
When you have a journal title:
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