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1. Most of what you find on Google isn't scholarly.
2. When you do find something scholarly on Google, the site often asks you to pay for it.
3. You should never have to pay for content. That's what the library is for!
Before you begin searching in large article databases such as CINAHL or PubMed, be sure to create an effective search strategy to obtain optimal results. Please download the document below.
Only finding an abstract or citation for an article when searching within databases? No worries, just look for the Find It link or the Ferris FullText link.
The Find It link tends to look like one of the following:
The Ferris FullText looks like one of the following: