If you want to find articles on a topic but don't have a specific article or journal title in mind, use one of the library databases listed below.
For additional article sources see:
These are guides to journal quality:
Start with these sources if you are unfamiliar with your topic. Encyclopedias provide a broad overview of your topic, while dictionaries help to explain terms or concepts you are unsure of.
For New Zealand or Australian content only, try searching within these databases.
Search here for journal articles gathered from a global range of researchers. These resources are also helpful for international statistics and data.
Working papers are an important source for discovering new ideas and research on a topic. They often represent work in progress and are circulated to encourage discussion and comment from other scholars. When using such papers for your assignments, do take into account their provisional character.
Looking for information on a particular industry? We have several sources: