Since you will have to verify that your sources are scholarly and reputable, it is not a good idea to use Google to find journal articles.
You will be able to spend less time overall on your research if you use databases available from the Cornette Library.
Type a phrase in "quotations marks".
Be sure to check the Resource Type button for Scholarly Articles to search:
After a Discover search, you will have many options to improve the list of full-text articles in the search results, such as:
If you see a notification to pay for an article, please do not pay for it.
For a major research project, allow at least one week to find articles that are available online.
You may need about one additional week to find the articles that are in print or that need to be obtained via Interlibrary Loan.
Also, after reading the articles you find first, you may discover that you need to find additional articles that are tricky to find. Allow one week minimum.
Learn more about getting started with the Research Process.
No. Sometimes an article may only be available in print or on microfilm in the library.
Generally, you will find copies of journals on the second floor of the library--in the Periodicals area. (Areas 9 and 10 of the linked map.)