- Find It!
Always a great place to start. It covers many subjects and contains a variety of sources, books, journal articles, and news, magazine stories, and much more. To limit your sources just to articles, select the "Scholarly/Peer-Reviewed Articles only" box.
Always FULL TEXT and covers many subjects and a wide array of topics. Articles are included 5 years after publication (not appropriate for very current research topics).
- Google Scholar
Is Google a scholarly source? Yes, it can be. Google Scholar links to academic journal articles and will allow you to access them through USF Libraries.
- Academic Search Premier
A great mulch-disciplinary database for journal articles, news, and more.
These sources will help you with more in-depth topics, such as women's issues, social sciences, and education. For a more extensive list, select your subject by clicking here.
- America: History and Life
Great place to research a historical event or person.
Provides international journals, magazines, newsletters, regional publications, special reports and conference proceedings devoted to women's and gender issues.
- Sociological Abstracts
Great resource for research on social problems.
Interested in psychological issues, such as depression, addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc.? This is the place for you.
- Business Source Premier
Research related to institutions, the economy, specific industries.
Covers topics related to health, biomedicine, nursing and other related topics.