Some database are not searchable in Search@UW or have special features that are not replicated in Search@UW.
For this class you may find these databases useful, they are not searchable in Search@UW
Lexis-Nexis Academic (law reviews in Search@UW). LNA contains a deep backfile of newspaper articles
New York Times (historic backfile)
Proquest Congressional, contains Congressional Hearings and documents
Wall Street Journal (historic backfile)
Most content is covered in Search@UW but the original interface has special features
Cited reference searching is a method of finding articles that have cited other published research. There is a direct subject relationship between a source article and its references. Because many databases index each citation listed in a bibliography, it is possible to search the cited references. It is possible to follow a particular cited reference, or cited author, forward in time to find more current articles that have also cited a particular publication.
Web of Knowledge or Web of Science of the Citation Indexes
Some other database support cited reference searching. Generally a user must go to the advance search or perform a cited reference search.
Academic Search Complete
America: History & Life
Business Source Premier
JSTOR (uses Google Scholar)
Political Science Complete
If you are using Google Scholar for research from off campus go to the library's Databases A-Z find Google Scholar and sign in.
This sounds silly, but this permits you to access all of the UWRF licensed full-text. Google Scholar will try to send you to publisher’s web sites which often seeks payment.
Other Google search tips