Use the facets in the left-hand column to narrow your search. Search using your keywords, then restrict your search to 'Scholarly & Peer-Review' (for example).
Scan entries for new terms to use in your next search.
Use Google Scholar for a broader search. Set your browser settings so Google Scholar can let you know when its results are part of the library's collection.
If you want some insight on doing research at the university level, check out the tips and tutorials in our Introduction to Library Research.
If you find an article or book in Google Scholar you'd like to use that isn't in our collection, request it from another library.
Remember that most databases search across disciplines. Pay attention to the names of the journals in your search results and chose articles suitable for your discipline.
Start with one of these databases: