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Formal Report: Scholarly Sources - What Counts?
FOUR Scholarly Sources are required for your Formal Report. These must be primary source articles from Scholarly Journals (what's a scholarly journal?) or Scholarly Books (what's a scholarly book?). At least one must be a peer-reviewed Scholarly Journal (although almost all scholarly journals in our databases are peer-reviewed so that won't be difficult). Unsure if your article is Scholarly? Ask Haley (email@example.com).
Search for Articles
BEST DATABASE FOR MOST TOPICS:
Academic Search Premier This link opens in a new window
Articles from peer-reviewed/scholarlyjournals, magazines and newspapers
Other databases to consider:
ScienceDirect This link opens in a new window
Articles from scholarly/peer-reviewed journals on physical, life, health, and social sciences
Specific to nursing and allied health fields, these publications will help with topics involving medicine and adaptive technologies.
Full-text archive of 2.8 million biomedical and life science journal articles.
ProQuest This link opens in a new window
Articles from scholarly/peer-reviewed journals, magazines, and newspapers
Video: How to Search Academic Search Premier for Articles