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Use Databases to Find Articles
- Use online databases--offered via the Williamson Library's A-Z Databases List and other sources, such as NC LIVE--to find research articles.
- Databases may be searched by author, title, or keyword. (Each database will have its own unique search interface.)
- Choose the database(s) best suited for your topic or subject.
- Contact Library Staff if you have questions.
Scholarly Articles vs. Popular Articles
Scholarly, peer-reviewed articles generally are the best sources for up-to-date, authoritative research. However, at times, it may be appropriate to use information from popular publications. Note the differences in the two types of publications using the links below:
Database Search Tips @ MIT
Can't Find What You Need? Try Interlibrary Loan!
Interlibrary Loan is a service that allows SCC patrons in good standing to obtain books and other materials not available at the Williamson Library from other libraries. To make an ILL request, use the following forms: