These databases will help you find scholarly articles about your topic.
This Critical Writing Program guide will help you to:
Book citations generally show a publisher and a city of publication. Book chapters will include the title of the chapter as well as the name of the book.
Article citations have a journal/periodical title in addition to the article title. They will usually also show a volume and issue number, and may show a day and month.
If your citation is a book, search for the title and author on the Penn Libraries homepage, and select the result from the Franklin Catalog column. Franklin will help you find the library in which the book is located, and the call number.
You can search for a specific book by title, author, or ISBN. You can also do a keyword or subject keyword search to find books on a particular topic.
This document suggests a good method of crafting effective keyword searches: