Research databases are the best online tools to use to search for articles on your topic:
Full-text means the entire text of the article is available online. You can read, print, or email the article directly from the computer.
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Research databases are the best place to find articles and many other types of scholarly or professional information on your topic.
Consider these 3 points--Click on each to learn more:
(1) Go to our Databases Page:
(2) Select Your Databases in 1 of 2 Ways:
We have over 200 databases! Which one(s) do you choose? Click on the buttons below to find out.
Academic Search Complete - A great starting point for any topic! This database offers full-text coverage of information in many areas of academic study. and includes articles from newspapers, magazines, & scholarly (academic) journals
To get to Academic Search Complete:
Look for an option in the database to limit your results to any of the following:
Go to our A-Z Databases page (opens in new window), and answer the following. Test your know-how by clicking on the links below to view the answers!
Academic Search Complete – It’s almost always a great starting place! It is a database that covers multiple disciplines.
And it's the first one listed in our Databases A-Z alphabetical list (opens in new window)!
Take another look at our Databases page (opens in new window) and see what you can find!
Since your core ideas = (a) social media, (b) presidential elections, and (c) United States, these would be some good possible keyword search strategies:
Now go to Academic Search Complete (in new window) and see what you can find!