EN-498: London Has Fallen

Recommended Databases

Search All Library Resources at Once: HawkFind

           Advanced Search

When using HawkFind for this class, be sure to select the following limiters on the results screen:
  • "Scholarly & Peer-Reviewed"
  • Discipline = "Languages & Literatures"

Scholarly & Peer Reviewed   Beyond Library Collection
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Find Books and Videos at the MU Library


You can locate books that are not available at the MU Library by searching for your topic in WorldCat.

Books may be requested from another library through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Allow up to 2 weeks for delivery.

Tips for Using Google Scholar

Google Scholar searches articles, books, theses, and other content. Searching Google Scholar is easy, but it doesn't give you the ability to filter to peer-reviewed journal articles.

If you need to be sure the article you found is from a peer-reviewed journal, use Ulrichsweb as described in the box below.

Always access Google Scholar from the link above or the "Resources" list on the front page of the library website. When you use these links, your MU credentials will be authenticated, giving you access to library resources found in Google Scholar. Look for the "Full-Text @ MU Library" link in your results list. You can also click on the Google Scholar logo above to search using your MU credentials.

One useful feature of Google Scholar is the ability to find articles that have cited an article you already have. See the handout below for more information.

Check for Peer-Review

Not sure if a particular journal is peer-reviewed? Check out Ulrichsweb. This database (also found in the A-Z database list from "Quick Links" on the library website) provides detailed information on publications. Look for the referee icon to indicate it is a peer-reviewed journal.

The black and white “ref jersey” icon in the screenshot below indicates that Higher Education is a peer-reviewed journal, but Education Week is not.