The best place to start your search is the library's "search engine," Primo. To begin searching in Primo, just go to the library homepage at https://library.wou.edu/ and enter your keywords in the main search box. A general search will result in books, articles, videos, and more.
Below are some subject-specific additional databases you may want to use to conduct your research. Just like in Primo, search using your brainstormed keywords. Most of what is available in these databases will show up in your Primo searches, but since these databases are smaller and subject-specific you will get fewer results and therefore might find them easier to manage. Most of the results in these databases will be journal articles, rather than books.
You have found an article that you would like to use in your paper, but you do not see a link to read the full text of the article. That is what Find it @ WOU is there for. With Find it @ WOU, you have four different scenarios for getting the full text of the article.
The Find It @ WOU guide explains the four scenarios for getting the article.
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