To find peer-reviewed (as well as popular press) articles, search one of the Library’s many databases. Some databases index articles from a specific discipline (music, biology, etc). Some databases index articles of a specific format (newspaper articles, book reviews, etc). And some databases index articles of all different types of formats and disciplines.

Library Databases A-to-Z
If you already know which database you want to search, select it from this alphabetical list of databases.

Research by Subject
Choose one of these subject guides, if you’re not sure where to begin your search, but you have some idea of your topic or discipline. If you’re not even sure of your topic or discipline, try the General Research guide which links to several resources that can help provide an overview on many topics.

Journal Finder
If you have a specific journal/magazine/newspaper you’d like to browse, search for the title in the Journal Finder to go directly to it.

To get a copy of an article to which Wheaton doesn’t have direct access, request it through Interlibrary Loan.