Links to relevant databases useful for finding full text background information in academic level electronic sources.
To access the complete list of databases recommended for AGNG research, please follow these steps:
Use Google Scholar to search through thousands of journals, many of which the Pollak Library owns. You can also find patents and legal documents with Google Scholar.
By using Google Scholar via the Pollak Library, you have access to a special "Pollak Library Find It!" link in order to determine if a particular item of interest is available full-text online, in print, or through interlibrary loan.
If you experience a challenge with connecting to Google Scholar from off campus, the information on this page offers one way to configure Google Scholar so that it connects with resources available through the Pollak Library.
Please read the information below to learn how you can construct a search of government Web sites in Google for information on your research topic.
As you look for statistical information, some keywords you may want to include in different searches are:
statistic, data, prevalence, incidence, survey, rate, demographic, population, characteristic, trend, sample
The following information is from an online library guide created by Karen Hartman, Natalie Borisovets, and Katie Anderson of the Rutgers University Libraries.