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Philosophy: Find Articles

Learning Outcomes for RCC Instruction

  1. Identify and navigate the library website in order to find a variety of trustworthy information sources.
  2. Recognize how to contact a librarian, tutor, or writing consultant in order to request assistance throughout the research and writing process.
  3. Select the appropriate library resources, space, or service in order to meet individual learning goals.
  4. Recognize different search strategies via the library or the open web in order to obtain relevant results.
  5. Distinguish between types of information sources (scholarly articles, newspaper and magazine articles, books, multimedia, data, websites) in order to determine their respective authority and intent.

What are these sources?

These online databases provide the full text or citations for journal articles and other publications relevant to philosophy. The specialized databases listed are devoted in whole or in part to the field of philosophy; the publications they include and in some cases the search options they provide  are tailored to the needs of philosophers. The multidisciplinary databases listed cover philosophy publications among those in other fields.

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