Answered By: Jennifer Burr
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2017     Views: 49

On the library's home page, the Primo search box provides one search engine for journal articles, books, videos and more.  Once you enter a key word search into the box and click the search button, you will be able to limit your search to Peer-Reviewed Journals.  You will also see additional opportunities to narrow your search, such as publication year.

Or, on the library's home page, click on Databases.  From there, you can find what's available for searching by title or by subject area.  Each database description will tell you whether or not journal articles are covered in the database.  Many journal article databases offer the option of limiting to Peer reviewed or Scholarly.

Some of the databases most frequently used by by different majors are:

Communication Sciences and Disorders: Communication and Mass Media Complete, Medline, PsycINFO

Creative Arts Therapy (Art Therapy, Music Therapy): PsycINFO

Education:  Education Abstracts, Education Journals (Proquest), ERIC, Professional Development Collection

Management: ABI/Inform Complete, Business Source Elite
Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy: Medline, CINAHL (CINAHL is for nursing and allied health professions literature)

Social Work: PsycINFO, Social Science Abstracts, Social Work Abstracts

This tutorial walks you through how to find a scholarly journal article in Primo:



The first step is to open <span class=""><i><b>the library homepage</b></i></span> and click <span class="component"><i><b>inside the PRIMO search box</b></i></span>

Type your keywords in the PRIMO search box

Click <span class="component"><i><b>Search</b></i></span>

Click <span class=""><i><b>Peer-reviewed Journals </b></i>to limit your search to scholarly journals</span>

Click <span class=""><i><b>Publication Date </b></i>to limit your search to recent articles</span>

Click <span class=""><i><b>Refine</b></i> to apply your date limit</span>

Click <span class=""><i><b>Full text available </b></i>to see the full article</span>

Click <span class=""><i><b> Download PDF</b></i> to save a copy of the article&nbsp;</span>

Click <span class=""><i><b>Download or Print</b></i></span>

That's it. You're done.


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