The answer is right on the Library’s homepage! You can find them in Library Databases but first you need to know what you are looking for and which database to use.
Why can’t I find articles through Google? You can, however if you find articles from subscription journals (i.e. not open access) through Google you will have to pay for them!
UC students are entitled to online access to subscription journal articles through the Library Website.
Before you start searching, you need to think about your search strategy. What course are you enrolled in? What is the topic? What keywords will you use in the search? Choice of keywords is important and they can be found in your assignment topic or from your lectures and readings.
To learn about choosing keywords and using them in a database; register to attend a session on Finding Journal Articles on the Research Skills Library website.
Ask for help at the Research Assistance Desk if you are on campus. We are open from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday (6:00pm closing on Friday). For further details please check Library Hours.
You can also use the Chat with a Librarian service, phone (6201 5082), or email to Ask a Librarian.