Use Journal Locator to determine whether the MU Library has access to a specific journal or magazine. The article you want may not be available in a database, but could be available in print. Print holdings of journals can be found on the Library's lower level. These are shelved alphabetically by title.
Ulrichsweb is a reference database that generates a detailed snapshot of the publication details for most academic journals.To determine whether a specific journal is peer-reviewed, type its title into the search bar. Publication details for that journal should be listed first in your search results; look for the "refereed" icon indicating that a specific journal is refereed (peer-reviewed).
In the below example, the black and white “ref jersey” icon in the second column indicates that American Anthropologist is refereed (peer-reviewed).
Search Google Scholar for scholarly full-text materials available in addition to those you locate in HawkFind. Follow links to the right of search results to view full article when available. Check out the video below (created by Concordia University) for search tips!