Where can I find peer-reviewed articles online?
Here are a few major databases for finding peer-reviewed research sources in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences:
- MLA International Bibliography. This link opens in a new window.
- Web of Science (Core Collection)
- Academic Search Ultimate.
- IEEE Xplore.
- Business Source Ultimate.
How can I access an article for free?
Here are some ways people get journal articles for free:
- Unpaywall: Download the app, Unpaywall.
- Do a basic “Google” search for the article.
- Ask the author for it.
- If you’re a member of the American Speech–Language–Hearing Association (ASHA), you get access to their journals for free.
- Visit a university.
How do I not pay for an article?
5 Ways to Read Articles Without Subscription
- Opening the page in Incognito Tab.
- Stop the page loading before the paywall gets loaded.
- Use a VPN Service.
- Use Outline to read articles without subscription.
- Bypass Paywalls Extension for Chrome/Firefox/Microsoft Edge.
- Bonus Tip – Cached Pages.
Do you need to pay for Google Scholar?
Free Full Text from COM Library Databases Sometimes Google Scholar points you to resources for which you have to pay to get the full text, but COM students faculty, and staff can get many articles from Google Scholar for free!
How do I get Google Scholar?
Citation Searching in Google Scholar:
- Go to Google Scholar.
- Select Advanced Scholar Search (link to right of search button).
- Enter the appropriate search terms for the item under study.
- Click on the Search Scholar button.
- Locate the correct article in the search results list.
How can I read the Washington Post for free?
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