Discover a wonderful article while searching Google Scholar or another source on the Internet, Don't pay to access the article. Please feel free to ask the librarians curating this guide for specialized search help (Joanna for anthropology at firstname.lastname@example.org, and Andrew for GIS at email@example.com).
Searching for articles is usually an iterative process.
Using Exemplars / Models: Always search first for review articles close to your topic. Many databases have filters or facets for "review articles" (NOT the same as "reviews" as these tend to be book reviews).
If you don't see a review article filter, make sure you include the search term REVIEW to be located in the title field.
Below are some video tutorials on how to use the database interfaces effectively.
You might also wish to take a look at:
Please note that ATLA and Anthropology Plus use the same database interface. It will be easier to search both once you practice in one of them.