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Not sure if you have a "popular" or a "scholarly" source? Or maybe just need a refresher? MU Libraries Evaluating Sources can help. Here you will find the basic differences between popular and scholarly articles reviewed.
MU online databases can provide references to and full-text articles in a wide range of periodicals from news magazines and newspapers to scholarly and professional journals. Below is a list of citation and full text databases that are recommended for research in your field of study.
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