Science and Medical Writing

Explore key resources for writers in the science and medical fields.

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When You Need Articles

When searching in a database, look for a way to limit to Scholarly journals.

In many databases, look for a filter that will limit your search results to scholarly or peer-reviewed articles

If you need to confirm that a journal is scholarly, use Ulrich's to look up the name of the journal and confirm if it is scholarly or referred/peer reviewed.  The video shows how Ulrich's works.

 

 

When you know what article you are seeking, try one of these approaches to see if we have an electronic version of the article.

  1. Use Google Scholar or Catalyst from the the library's homepage to put in the title of the article. When you get results, use FINDIT to get the full text.
  2. Use our Article Lookup tool when you have a proper citation

                                                               

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