The Library provides access to thousands of articles relevant to your research. This includes scholarly and peer-reviewed articles, general interest articles, and articles from news sources.
Most research assignments require you to cite scholarly or peer-reviewed articles. A "scholarly" article is written by an expert for an audience of other experts, researchers, or students. A "peer-reviewed" article is reviewed by the author's peers who are experts in the same field before the article is published.
Use our Citation Linker tool to access a specific article. This is helpful when you have a full or partial citation and need to access the full text of the article.
Many articles contain a DOI, which is a unique identifier for that specific article. DOIs are typically formatted like this:
To find an article by DOI, simply search for the DOI number in OneSearch.