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Organization Development: Finding Articles
Using library resources to research topics related to organization development
Finding Organizational Development Journal Articles
Start with the library databases listed below to find scholarly research articles on your topic. As some databases include non-scholarly resources such as popular magazine articles and books, you should limit your search to Academic/Scholarly or Peer-Reviewed Journal articles. (Look for limiters on the left side of the search results screen.)
Need a refresher on peer-reviewed and scholarly journal articles? Check out some of the links in the box below, to the right. Looking for articles in a particular journal? Follow the tab above for a list of top journals in the Organizational Development field or search for a title of a journal in the journal search box below.
Google Scholar is also a great resource for locating scholarly journal articles. Be sure to check out the Using Google Scholar tab above to show you how to link your results to subscription content through BGSU Libraries. You should rarely need to pay for an article!
Summon allows you to quickly search, discover and access reliable and credible library content in a wide variety of formats (book, ebook, article, audio, video, image) and from a wide variety of sources (the classic catalog, peer-reviewed journals, EBSCO databases, and more). Enter your terms in one search box, and quickly get credible results in one relevancy-ranked list.
Full-text newspapers, business information, and legal publications, including current news, company profiles, industry information, and federal and state laws and legislation. Formerly called LexisNexis Academic.
Over a thousand full-text scholarly journals and books covering all subjects in the humanities, sciences and social sciences. History, economics, art, literature, and mathematics are particularly strong. All journal titles are archived back to the first issue, many dating from the early 1800s.