Use the following indexes to search for articles in scholarly journals. Once you find a useful article, make sure to write down the full citation including journal title, volume and/or issue number, page numbers, author name, and title of the article.
Once you have the citation search for the journal name in the University of Toronto Libraries Catalogue to see if:
a) UofT has the journal
b) UofT has the volume you need
c) which library has a print copy or if it is available electronically.
If UofT does not have the item you can request it through Interlibrary Loan.
To determine if an article is of high quality prior to publication, it goes through a process of peer-review. Use the Ulrich's Periodical Directory to check if a journal has been "referreed" or peer-reviewed.
Canadian Periodical Index (CPI.Q)
This database covers a broad range of Canadian materials. Use it to search for journals, magazines, newspapers, and other references, but be careful to evaluate what you find.
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