LEARN TO MINE YOUR RESOURCES
Resource mining is an essential practice. It involves looking at the references of a paper and seeing if the sources cited in the paper can be of value to your own research.
As you read articles--pay attention to the sections that you find most interesting. Take a note of who is being cited. Find the reference and look for it using Google Scholar.
How to Find an Article From a Reference Page Using GOOGLE SCHOLAR
A reference page can be a great source to find additional articles for your research. Look for articles similar to your own topic of research.
Determine the title of your article.
Go to Google Scholar available from the WOU Library (library.wou.edu) under databases. This will allow you to use the Find It@WOU feature.
Locate your article (use author, journal title, volume/issue, page numbers and year to verify it is the correct article). If PDF available, open PDF. If PDF not available, select Find it@WOU