Features of scholarly articles:
A peer-reviewed article has been reviewed by experts in the field before publication, to ensure that it meets the standards of the field.
Be aware: an item published in an academic journal will not always be peer-reviewed. Some Academic journals also publish items such as editorials or a note from the editor.
Here is a list of selected HDFS ejournals we own. For more journals, search by title using the following link: E-Journal Locator
Research Tip: If you are new to research and are having a hard time to find articles on your topic, try using Google Scholar to try out your keywords. Databases used controlled vocabulary which means that they are very rigid about what terms they used to classify the articles in this system. Google Scholars is more forgiving and expand your searches to include variations of a word, which allow for more results to appear. You can then identify the most successful keywords and use them in our subject specific databases
Hint: Setup your UConn settings with Google Scholar first to find fulltext articles within the UConn network.
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