Why use articles for research?
1. Explore (web)
2. Background (library catalog: books)
3. Scholarly conversations (library databases: articles)
4. Support arguments (source citation)
5. Drafts & revisions (librarians & Writing Center)
2. Add: youth = 49
3. LIMIT results to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals = 30
4. Let's review the an article's record and tools.
5. Now let's do the reverse: finding a specific article using a citation.
As you review bibliographies, reviews of literature, and reference lists, you will discover additional sources to possibly use. In this case, you have a citation, but you need the article itself. Does our library have it?
Doron, Rabbi Yoel1. "Using Video Games In Teaching History." Agora 51.2 (2016): 59-62. 12 Oct. 2016.
Quick, easy, and unsure
Search the title of the article. This can, however, present you with a mish mash of results. AND, if the article is in a print journal here in the library, WorldCat Discovery can't see it.
Slower, involved, but certain
Step one: search the journal title in WorldCat Discovery.
Step two: limit to journals in the facets on the left side of your results screen.
Step three: if we have the journal, it displays as SU Libraries Owns. Click into the record to see either electronic or print holdings.