Not enough search results, try broadening your search:
Example: Prayer OR Healing (searches for either term)
Prayer OR Heal* (captures any form of the word, "heal, healing, heals, healed")
Too many results, try narrowing your search:
Example: Prayer AND Healing
(Prayer AND heal*) AND Christ* (captures any form Christian, Christianity, etc.)
Also, consider specific terms for topics:
Example: Education (use terms like: instruction, pedagogy, teachers, students, lessons, college, elementary, etc.)
Religion (use terms like: Bible, theology, Christianity, Islam, "sacred practices", clergy, pastor, minister, etc.)
Business (use terms like: leadership, economics, entrepreneurship, etc.)
Computer Science/Engineering (use terms like: "artificial intelligence," "programming language," robotics, etc.)
Search the Journals List to see if a particular journal article or journal is available full text through a database.
Using Google Scholar will limit your search of the web to scholarly materials and help you to avoid commercial and unreliable sources.
Google Scholar and Riley Library unite!
When you are on campus, Google Scholar results automatically display a Full Text @ Riley Library link if the library has access to a particular article.
If you are off campus, use instructions in the link below to do a one-time setup of Google Scholar on your home computer or device.