Search for articles through Library Search, A - Z Databases or Google Scholar:
Library Search includes about 80% of the library databases in one search and is a great place to start investigating your topic. Your results will include all types of resources. Type your topic in the box and click the search icon for your results
The library's Advanced Search finds articles from many databases at once using your search terms. Add the terms for each of your concepts in the boxes. Once your search has returned results, you can use the limiters down the left to limit to peer-reviewed or academic articles, by date or other options.
Have a look below for a list of suggested databases to search in.
Here are some reasons to be cautious when using Google Scholar to search for relevant, credible, academic resources:
In your assignments, you may be asked to use academic or peer-reviewed articles. Have a look at this video to understand the process of peer review and how to identify a peer reviewed article.
Have a look at the following journals for academic articles:
For current events and industry knowledge, newspapers and industry publications can be a great source: