Google Scholar is a deep-web search engine with high-end content (e.g., scholarly articles, government reports, conference papers). It can even lead you to items in Google Books.
Google Scholar will recognize SUNY Erie's database content if you set Google Scholar's preferences to include Erie Community College as a Library Link. Visit the Google Scholar preference page at http://scholar.google.com/scholar_preferences?hl=en.
Sample search: "large hadron collider"
Primo is a great place to start your research. It allows you to search across all of SUNY Erie's print and electronic holdings from one search interface!
Begin your article search in the box to the below!
What's the difference between scholarly and popular publications? Overview of journals, magazines, and newspapers.
Tutorial from the Peabody Library (Vanderbilt University)
Databases can also be searched individually! The choices below are likely to have relevant articles, but depending on your topic, other sources listed in our A-Z List
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