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Includes citations to some peer reviewed articles, as well as patents, books, and some PowerPoint presentations
Good for "I need a few citations/articles quickly"
Google doesn't tell us specifically what journals it covers
NOT comprehensive -- if you've only used Google Scholar, you have not done a complete search
Often takes you to "for pay" sites for full text
Full text access depends on where you use it (Libraries can provide full text of articles for on-campus use)
Can't limit to a specific discipline
OK, this one really is a website, but it acts like a database, leading you to some scholarly material
If the book or article you need is not available here, we can often borrow materials from other libraries. You must be able to come to the Library to pick up Interlibrary Loan materials. It generally takes 2 weeks for an item to be sent.
Another option is to check and see if the journal is available at the University of Illinois. Ask a librarian to help you with this. You can visit the University of Illinois in-person, and copy or scan the article to your USB Flash Drive.
Use Journal Finder to search the title of a magazine or journal to see if full text of that resource is available in any of the library databases.