Scholarly Articles

posted Mar 21, 2012, 10:16 AM by Alissa Adams   [ updated Mar 21, 2012, 10:17 AM ]

Use the sites below to find scholarly sources online that can aid your research or writing.

  • Scholarly sources aren't meant to be easy to read or understand. They are often first-hand sources, or come from people and organizations that deal specifically with your topic of interest.
For articles …
INFOMINE, compiled by various libraries, is a good resource for university-level research. Find links to databases, electronic journals, electronic books, bulletin boards, articles, researcher directories and more.
AcademicInfo maintains more than 25,000 academic sources, including annotated subject directories and digital collections from academic groups, libraries and museums.
Directory of Open Access Journals provides free access to full-text online journals. Search by title or by subject to perform research or just explore a topic.
http://library.sd.gov/databases/subjects/scholarly.htm  Search for scholarly articles using the SD State Library databases, in particular, Academic Search Premier, Gale, and ingenta.
http://library.sd.gov/research/recommended.htm  Find websites based on subject that the SD State Library experts recommend.

Google Scholar  http://scholar.google.com/

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