- ATLA (an EbscoHost database)
- Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (a ProQuest database)
Laurier articles via Google Scholar
- Go to settings and click on “Library” (on the left side of the page)
- Type in Laurier and search; make sure the link to it is checked; save these settings
- Use a multi-pronged approach; search by using our Primo catalogue, the databases, Google Scholar, the bibliographies of articles you have found
- Think of different terms for the same word (e.g. politics OR governance)
- Use quotation marks when searching for two words that go together as a phrase (e.g. “Muslim brotherhood”)
- Use an asterisk and the root of a word to get all forms of it (e. g. politi* will find the words political, politics, politician)
- For scholarly articles, look for the “peer-review” option in the Primo catalogue and in the databases
- If you search in our Primo articles, use the links (especially the “subject links” and “more options”) to narrow down your search
- Don’t hesitate to contact me (Pauline Dewan); I am here to help you. For additional information, see my contact page.
- Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call me at 519 756-8228 ext. 5529.
- Drop in for help or make an appointment. My office is in the Digital Library and Learning Commons, on the lower level of Grand River Hall, room 108B.
- Instant message a Laurier librarian for help by clicking on “Ask Us” (from the homepage of the Laurier Library).
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