Print and electronic journals are an important source of specialist information:
* Journals are published daily, weekly, monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly, so material is up to date.
* Journals are usually the first place that academic research is published.
* Many journals are peer-reviewed, meaning articles have been critically reviewed by academic experts in the field before publication. Further explanation of what peer-reviewed means.
Answer: Use mySearch entering various keyword combinations.
We recommend using the mySearch Advanced Search (remember to select the full-text filter when using this search tool to ensure that the results you get will provide full-text access).
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You may use Google Scholar to broadly search for academic literature on the Internet across many disciplines and sources.