If you need to find articles on a TOPIC or SUBJECT, use one of our databases. Databases collect article references from many sources so you can search broadly.
If you have a reference and you want to FIND AN EXACT ARTICLE, use the A-to-Z journal list. Search for the journal title and follow the links to the full text.
Alternately, you can use Google Scholar, which is pretty good at locating EXACT article titles.
An advancement is a general movement of the field. As newcomers, you will have to tease this out from the literature. I suggest you find a topic of genuine interest first, then look at the news over the last six months and try to find multiple news items on a change to your topic. Below are some places to look for news and industry reports.
The "Industry Reports & Research" topic on the Activity 3 page might also help.
The databases in this section will mostly help you find articles. You can also try ZipSearch (below) to search the library catalog and journals at the same time.
ZipSearch is the place to start most research projects. It includes:
Because it includes so many resources, it can be helpful to limit your searching in ZipSearch to source types or library locations under the "Refine Results" section of the search results screen:
Some features of the UA Libraries Catalog make it the best place to search for some UA collections including: