The following databases will help in your search for articles on your topics.
You can use the following search tips in the databases to help narrow or broaden your search results.
Tips for Database Searching:
Boolean searching: using the terms and, or and not to enhance your searching possibilities.
AND: used to combine two keywords or phrases to narrow your search.
Example: “poverty” AND “academic achievement”
OR: used to broaden your search by allowing you to search for two or more similar words.
Example: “socioeconomic status*” OR “social status”
NOT: used to narrow your search by eliminating a word or words from your search results.
Example: “urban housing” NOT “housing projects”
Phrase searching: placing a term in quotation marks to let the computer know to search for specific terms as one phrase rather than separate words
Example: “socioeconomic status”
The asterisk (*) can be used to search for several endings of a word at the same time
Example: “urban develop*” will search for the terms “development,” “developing,” etc.
Interlibrary Loan is a service that enables you to borrow materials not available at the UAB Libraries from other libraries throughout the world. Through this service, UAB Libraries provides access to materials to support faculty, staff, and students in their study and research. Materials ordered through the Interlibrary Loan service should be for scholarly purposes.
You can start by logging in with your Blazerid and password here, https://uab.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/logon.html
For more information on Interlibrary loan, see https://library.uab.edu/services/interlibrary-loan