Periodicals are any published materials that come out periodically, that is on a regular basis, daily, weekly, monthly, etc.
These include newspapers, magazines, trade and professional journals, and scholarly research journals.
The articles in periodicals can be located by searching online Databases that are subscribed to by the Library. Many of these databases include the full-text of articles.
Types of Periodicals
See this chart: Scholarly Journals vs. Popular Magazines vs. Trade Journals
Start with Multidisciplinary Databases to explore your topic. Click here for more Databases
To access Databases off-campus, use your CIA email username and password.
Omnivore is a search engine for library resources.
Go to the Omnivore Help Guide
With one search box, it searches across the CIA Library's book and ebook collections, article databases, media and more.
Omnivore uses WorldCat Discovery from OCLC (a global library cooperative.)
Plus, you can expand your search beyond the CIA Library and find information about books and other materials in libraries worldwide.
1. Select Peer-Reviewed or Scholarly when you search
Omnivore ArticleSearch, and most databases, have a button to check when you search or limit/filter your search results.
Omnivore Articles screenshots
|Advanced Search page||Search Results page|
2. Confirm that it is a Research Article
Limiting your search results to articles published in peer reviewed scholarly journals is the first step.
Scholarly Journals include other types of documents, such as essays, literature reviews, book reviews, commentary, letters to the editor, announcements, etc. So...
How do I know if it is an actual research article?
A research article reports the original work of a scholar and will present evidence and conclusions.
Read the Abstract (summary of the article) or Introduction (first paragraph) to identify the type of article and the topics covered.
A research article must have:
Searching is a process, you will try one search, evaluate your results, modify your strategy and try again.
Advanced Search Tips
Search for complete phrases by enclosing them in quotation marks. Words enclosed in double quotes will appear together in all results exactly as typed, e.g. "culinary science", "fast casual"
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