A scientific/empirical/research article reports methods and findings of an original research study conducted by the authors of the article.
You can identify a scientific article by the order in which its contents are presented in the article:
You are ready to begin searching databases for scholarly articles.
Some mainstream articles will say something like, "In a study published yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine..."
Be aware that databases may have a DELAY in making the most recent copies of journal articles available. If you need help, contact me (see box on the Home page), library reference desk or the chat room (see box on Home page).
Don't forget to use the tools on the article page to PRINT, CITE (APA), and EMAIL the article to yourself to look over in more detail later!
The following are some LC subject heading searches that pull up lists of Rockhurst owned electronic and print journals. Many of these can be viewed online through our databases.