Databases identify and locate articles published in magazines, journals and newspapers. Many databases also index essays, book chapters and monographs.
Tip 1: Many databases provide full-text of journal articles.
Tip 2: If the database does not provide full-text, use Get it! Cornell or search the library catalog for the journal title (or book title). This will provide you with Cornell's holdings of the journal (in both print and electronic form).
Tip 3: For more precise searching, it is best to search the databases individually (rather than using Articles & Full Text search).
You can use Web of Science to identify scholarly articles which have cited (acknowledged using) an important source.
Web of Science
"Articles & Full Text" (Summon) searches some articles, e-books, audio files, and video files. It does not search the library catalog (print books and other physical items).
Summon doesn't search ALL library resources. Use subject-specific databases (link to the right of Articles & Full Text) for comprehensive or focused searching.
What is the difference between a scholary and a non-scholarly periodical?