Journal articles can be useful sources of information for almost any subject area. They contain current information or research, and are usually written on specific aspects of a topic.
Use research databases to search for articles on a specific topic. Databases can be accessed from off campus by current UFV students and employees.
Tips for searching this topic:
Search for scholarly journal articles in all subjects, with strength in the Humanities. Full text is available. Coverage starts with Vol. 1, No. 1 of all titles, and goes up to 3 to 5 years ago.
Please Note: You do not have to create an account. Just X out of the "Unlock more with JSTOR" box and you will see the search option.
UFV has access to more than 68,000 journal, magazine, and newspaper titles online, and about 500 current titles in print.
You can request articles from journals not held by UFV through interlibrary loan. Request forms can be accessed from the library's web site, or through the Full Text Finder link in the library's research databases. Articles generally arrive within 2-5 business days; books may take a little longer.
[As we work on improving access to our collection and revising our subject headings to be more respectful and inclusive, please be aware that you may see certain words or descriptions in this catalogue/library material which reflect the author’s attitude or that of the period in which the item was created and may now be considered offensive.]
Search our Discovery Service for books, journals, reports and much more from a multitude of sources.
Be sure to put phrases in quotations marks, such as "residential schools".
Not all journals are created equal, and not all will be appropriate for every research need. These are the most common types of journals you are likely to encounter in your research, presented in order from most to least academic or scholarly: