If you are looking for articles on a certain topic, use Research Databases!
Information on the most current events may only be found in newspapers. Try these sources to find news articles.
If you already have a journal citation from an existing bibliography or some other source, use this tool to see if you can find the article online or in print:
Start with these essential databases. These are high-quality, subscription-only databases provided by the University Libraries. If you are using them off-campus, you may need to authenticate with your BGSU username and password.
LAPTOC is a searchable Web database that provides access to the tables of contents of more than 950 journals, primarily in the humanities and social sciences, published in Latin America. The participating libraries of the Latin Americanist Research Resources Project have accepted institutional collecting responsibilities for the journals included in the database. The libraries agree to acquire each issue of the assigned journal, to enter the tables of contents into the database, and to provide document delivery from the titles for which they maintain institutional responsibility. The database currently contains citations for over 325,000 articles.
Most of the titles included in this database are not available at the BGSU Libraries. You will have to submit a request via Interlibrary Loan (ILL), BGSU's interlibrary loan service in order to get an article. Do not use the ILL link inside LAPTOC to request an item. You will have to logon to Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and type in the information.
Depending on your topic, you may want to search these other databases. Be careful with JSTOR and Project Muse--both are databases of full-text journals. When you conduct a keyword search in them, you will search every word in every single journal article in the databases. You may retrieve many irrelevant items. Read the search tips in each for suggestions on ways to search efficiently.
Depending on your topic, you may find relevant background material in these other databases: