There are a number of approaches to searching:
Search Library Catalogs + Articles with
SAMPLE SEARCH USING "OR" (you must capitalize the term OR for this search tool)
with a filter for peer-reviewed journal articles:
PREFER TO BROWSE FOR YOUR RESEARCH TOPIC(S)?
One suggestion: Global Issues in Context -- after logging in with your Northeastern credentials and authenticating with DUO, scroll down the welcome screen to
3. Consult our research tutorials (on video or PDF) for commonly-asked questions about the research process, and for help in making the most of library resources and services.
Topic by chance--heard this on NPR, for example:
Check GET HELP for research and tech support questions, including options for phone, text, and email support.
Your subject librarian can help you with your research, too. Email or make an appointment for a one-on-one or small group consultation.
As a student in ENGW 3315, Advanced Writing in the Disciplines, you may need to choose more than one subject guide to get an appropriate selection of databases for multidisciplinary research. There's the complete alphabetical list, or you can check the BY SUBJECT link
Below is a selection of databases to which the Library subscribes. You can also browse the entire list on the library's web site.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism are all important topics which cannot be properly discussed in one small section. Instead, this section serves to connect you to relevant research guides and webpages on these topics.
The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Guide (DEI) seeks to connect students, staff, faculty and community members to resources related to DEI work that is available throughout Northeastern University Library, Northeastern University, and the surrounding community.
The Anti-Racism Guide seeks to connect students, staff, faculty, and community members to resources related to anti-racism work that are available through Northeastern University Library and Northeastern University.