Answered By: Vanessa Arce
Last Updated: Nov 02, 2022     Views: 144

How do I find an article?

The Library provides electronic access to millions of articles. You can find articles on your topic either through (1) OneSearch or (2) subject-specific databases.

OneSearch. The default search box on the Library homepage searches across a variety of library sources including books, eBooks, and articles. You can filter the results for articles if that's the type of resource you need.

Subject-specific databases. You can also search in subject-specific databases. To browse or search the list of Lehman's databases, click on the "Databases" tab above the main "OneSearch" search box in the middle of the homepage.

There are also different types of articles: they can be popular or scholarly. Popular articles include newspapers and magazines. Scholarly articles are academic and peer-reviewed, and are published in journals. You can search specifically for scholarly articles in OneSearch by clicking on "Peer-Reviewed Journals" under "Limit to" in the gray column on the right side of the OneSearch results screen.

The video below shows how to search for an article using OneSearch:


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