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EDUC 414: Reading Assessment and Intervention: Finding Articles

Getting Started

Do you have a topic, but you're not sure where to start? Try a few of these tips!

  • Scan your textbook or assigned readings for ideas or for books and articles you can look for.
  • Start to write down keywords and related concepts. Think of synonyms that you can use as keywords.
  • Consider creating a concept map if you learn best visually. Try Mind42 or MindMeister for some cool online tools.
  • Find background information and use it to find more keywords.

Find a Journal

Do you know the journal your article appears in? Look for it online here!

Find e-journals, newspapers, and magazines by title or ISSN


For journals in print, use the Muskingum Catalog.

Scholarly Articles

The following databases are possible sources for peer reviewed articles.

Tip: Check the 'Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals' box before your search to limit it to scholarly articles.

Find an Article

  • Already have an article citation? Use OhioLINK's Journal Article Lookup to see if we own it!

  • Look for the words 'Full Text' to get the whole article. If the article isn't attached, use the    button to see if we own it.

  • Still can't find the article you want? Fill out an article request form and we'll see if we can find it for you somewhere else. Be aware that requests can take up to a week.