Here are five different approaches to finding articles — choose the one that best meets your need!
In the Quick Search box on the Library homepage, use the first drop-down menu to select "Articles." The system will retrieve articles from the Quick Search Articles database, a single collection of over 400 million articles from major journal publishers and open access repositories. Many of the articles you retrieve will be available online.
Not all article databases are available via Quick Search. For more database options, or to search a specific article database through its own unique interface, try...
Article Indexes & Databases
On the Article Indexes and Databases page, you can use the subject/research area and sub-category dropdowns to see a list of subject-related databases, or you can browse alphabetically by database title or use the Title search to locate a specific database.
To search the database, click on the database name. To view information about a database, click on the information icon that follows some (but not all) database names.
If you're looking for a specific electronic journal, you can use the Journals (A-Z) link on the Library homepage. Currently, this tool provides access to e-journals only. Journals that are available only in printed format cannot be accessed in this way. Instead, you must use Quick Search.
Specific article by citation
Librarians at ISU have prepared numerous guides to support research — both basic and advanced — in a variety of subject areas. Some guides are tailored to specific ISU courses. Often these guides provide helpful information on locating articles in relevant journals, magazines, and newspapers.