- 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.
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.