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Undergraduate Resources: Online
Research

Can't I just use Wikipedia?

You can't use Wiki for scholarly papers, but this video will show you how to use it to your advantage!

How do I find articles on my topic?

 How do I find an article?

 Where can I find peer-reviewed or scholarly articles for my topic?

  How do I know if the Library subscribes to the journal/article I need?

   What if I need an article that’s not available at Mizzou?

 

What are databases?

A database is a collection of data (articles, books, etc.) that is indexed in one place and can be easily accessed.

   Which databases should I use?

   Are there databases for different subjects?

   Can I get extended one-on-one help with database research?

   Can I get into these databases from home / off-campus?

Reference and Research Help

Five Ways to Get Research Help


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