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Answered By: Iris Carroll
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2016     Views: 152

Any time you want to find journal articles for a research project at MJC, you'll want to start with the Find Articles research guide (linked below), where you'll find a list of our library research databases arranged by subject. You can pick the broad subject of your research, i.e. Literature, Psychology, or Religion, Philosophy & Social Sciences, among others, then select a database under that subject that will work best for you. Each database listing has a brief description so that you can pick the right one or ones for your project.

Remember, that if you are connecting to library databases from off campus, once you click on the database name, you'll be asked to enter your MJC ID # without the W and your six-digit birthdate. That login is required when you are off campus so that the database can recognize you as an MJC student.

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