You can find scholarly articles through the library resources and more. To ensure that you discover relevant resources, spend time searching:
Basic search strategies in these resources will help you find relevant results:
You can start your research with a keyword strategy:
[your topic] AND [what you would like to do with your topic]
"environmental sociology" AND "urban sprawl"
"urban sprawl" AND "public health"
Search the library databases to find articles from scholarly journals.
To access, go to:
Below is a list of selected databases that may be helpful with your research.
Use Google Scholar as a complement research tool to the library databases and WorldCat. Google Scholar allows you to search for scholarly articles and other materials.
Go to: scholar.google.com