Scholarly journal articles are great for:
Popular magazine and newspaper articles cover:
For scholarly research, the following databases will be very useful:
The two databases below have non-scholarly articles, but still may be useful for general information:
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise is one of the leading journals in the field of Exercise Science. This journal is open access with a 1-year embargo, which means that all of its issues except for the most recent 12 months are freely available. To browse through the journal, click the link below. You will then be able to select the year and month, and scroll through to see what articles were published in that issue.
The most current research in most fields will be found in journal articles. EBSCOHost includes many databases both general and specific to various academic disciplines. To start with a broad search, type a search in the box below, and click the Search button. Or, you can click on one of the links in the database list box to search just a specific database.
You can do similar searches through the JSTOR and Project Muse databases. Just click on the buttons below to go to one of those databases.
Many citations in the sciences use standardized abbreviations for journal titles. You will need the full title in order to request interlibrary loan and you may need the standard abbreviation for your own citations.
Use the Limit to.. Full Text and Scholarly options after searching
The PDF icon should open Adobe Reader and show the full text of the article as originally published. Print and save from the Adobe Reader interface.
The "Full Text Finder" option means the article should be available. Try it first for immediate access, then choose Interlibrary Loan if needed.
The "Full text from..." option may take a few clicks to link through the publisher to the full text. Try the Full Text Finder or Interlibrary Loan if it doesn't work.
The "Interlibrary Loan" or "ILL" service is free to OCU students, faculty, and staff and usually takes 3 - 5 days. The library staff requests the article from another library and then emails it to you.
Look for the 'cite' option