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Start your research with these databases or explore the guide for more in-depth information.
Journals & Journal Articles: Find links to selected journals in the field, as well as additional databases and information on finding and getting access to journal articles.
Writing & the Literature Review: Find resources for researching and writing your literature review.
Selected Readings in the Field: Find a list of selected readings in the field, with links to full text.
Research got you stuck? Head over to the Pius Library's tutorials page for a couple of videos that walk you through the search process in the library catalog and SLUth. Click here to access the tutorials.
Remember: Never pay online to access an article!
If SLU doesn't already subscribe to a journal, we will get a copy for you at no charge! You need to sign up for an ILLiad account before you can request items through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). If you have questions about ILL, contact our chat service, your librarian, or PIUS ILL directly.
In spite of all the digital content, sometimes you want a print book or a quiet place to study. If you're not close to campus, you have other options! As a SLU student you have access to university and college libraries in St. Louis and across Missouri (as well as select libraries in Iowa and Oklahoma) through the MOBIUS consortium. Use your SLU ID to gain access to the library at Wash U, UMSL, Maryville, Mizzou and more. Check out books directly from the libraries using your SLU ID and banner number. Use the MOBIUS Catalog to find out what books are available where.
Not in Missouri? Your local public library, public university library or community college library are options. Public university and community college libraries are open to the public and while you won't have special access as a SLU student, you will be able to use the library. Sometimes these libraries even have borrowing programs for community members to check out books.