A Database is a collection of articles, book chapters and other information from reliable sources. The library subscribes to many excellent databases you can search to locate articles for your library project.
Select one of the databases listed below to locate a magazine article. All of the resources in these databases come from reliable publications. Although they are delivered through the Internet, they are not considered "Internet Sources" by your professors.
All articles may be printed, emailed or saved on a flash drive.
Popular magazines have these qualities:
Some useful magazines for current topics include,
Magazines for business include,
Other popular magazines include,
To help narrow your search do an Advanced Search. Click on Advanced Search. Enter your keywords using the AND connector. The database will look for articles that contain all of your key words.
Here is an example from Academic Search Complete:
Your results will include articles from magazines, newspapers and journals. To limit your results to magazine articles only, use the limit box on the left of the screen. Check Magazines and then click update. The remaining results will all be magazine articles.