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As scholars, your aim is to locate relevant, related scholarly information that will provide you background, as well as set the stage for you to develop new knowledge. To do this, you need to systematically search for information. Many of the familiar tools you have used before (Google, Internet Archive) are designed to find anything on a topic, not necessarily the most relevant, and connected, information. To do top notch academic work, you need to use additional tools, as outlined below:
Although not a database, you can find some scholarly articles which are selected from the Open Web through an unknown algorithm. Citation linking is included to other sources within the tool. This link takes you to the directions for getting full text through Fogler subscriptions.