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EDU 330 Human Growth & Development: Find Articles

What is a scholarly article?

This 3 minute video from Vanderbilt University's Peabody Library defines scholarly journal and explains how to find scholarly, peer-reviewed articles.

This is a short video from the Lincoln Memorial University which explains the difference between Scholarly and Popular Sources.

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Databases to Help You Locate Education-Related Articles

Password Required: To access library databases you will need to log in. Use the same credentials you use to log in to your Lakeland email.

Below are databases recommended for locating articles related to human development. Go here for a complete list of all library databases. 

Where can I find this article in full-text?

Sound familiar?  You have a citation for an article you'd like to read, but don't know where to find the complete article.

Use  Full Text Finder to see if the article is available in a library database. Follow these steps:

  • Enter the name of the publication in which the item appeared.
  • Click Search. Your results will provide a link to library databases containing the complete article.
  • Check the dates of coverage. If the library subscribes to a print copy of the journal, that will be noted. If the items is not available, give interlibrary loan services a try. 
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