Once you have selected a topic and made a list of keywords, you are ready to begin searching for relevant articles. While it is possible to find some scholarly articles on the Internet using a search engine such as Google, many scholarly articles are not freely available to the public. To provide students access to these articles, the Rutgers Libraries subscribe to many Indexes and Databases that contain scholarly research.
This page highlights how to choose relevant databases for your search and how to access these databases through the Rutgers University Libraries.
To locate databases relevant to your field of study, select one of the disciplines from the table below.
|Art/Art History||Biology||Business/Economics||Communications/Mass Media|
|Political Science||Psychology||Religion||Social Work|
Don't see your field of study listed? Browse the database list by subject to find a topic more closely aligned with your research area.
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