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ASP_tipsheet - Journals Articles from peer-reviewed sources...

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2. 3. 4. Type your keywords in the search boxes. For example, type “public school” in the search box. Type more than one keyword, or keyword phrase, in the next box. Click search. Start your search by coming up with keywords. Keywords are words that describe your topic. They may be the topic itself, describe the topic, or just relate to your topic in some way. Think of other words that relate to your topic and try them as keywords. If you want to search for a specific phrase, put the phrase in quotes. 1. Academic Search Premiere Tipsheet Need help? Ask us: library.unc.edu/house
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Narrow your search: Check these boxes to narrow the number of results. Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed)
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Unformatted text preview: Journals: Articles from peer-reviewed sources. Date Sliders: Click and hold the sliders, changing the range of publication dates. Source Types: Need scholarly sources? Check the box to see academic journals. Need popular sources? Check the boxes to see only magazines or newspapers. Subject: Click these boxes to narrow your search by relevant keywords. These help you refine your search with words similar to the words you started with. Click the article title for more information. Click the full-text link to view the article. Click the “Find @ UNC” button to find full text if the PDF or HTML full text is not available. Investigate your search results:...
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