It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
GSWS/PHLT 206 Global Politics of Gender and Health: Home
Watch the video above, then navigate to the GSWS 206 class Google Folder. Locate the worksheet with your name (there's a page for each member of your class) and fill out the Search Terms section for your topic. We'll check back with you on the worksheet, suggesting possible resources and search terms we think might be helpful to you.
Finding Grey Literature
Now let's take a look at how to find grey literature. This list of country code domains can help you greatly if your topic is relevant for countries outside of the United States.
First, let's scan the library's guides to locate possible databases to search.
Now, navigate back to your page on the GSWS 206 class worksheet and fill out the first two rows of the Scholarly Literature table.
Next, review this video on how database searching works:
Now search the databases you chose earlier and fill out the last row of the Scholarly Literature table on the GSWS 206 class worksheet.
Find additional sources using citation tracking!
Now, complete the citation tracking section of your worksheet.
Citation Tracking: Finding articles by citation
Once you have one (or more) useful article on a topic, use the references at the end of article to find more sources on your topic using our Citation Search tool. This helps you see what was written previous to your current article, often called citing backward.
Use Google Scholar to see who has cited your article after it was published. This helps you see what has been written after your article was published, citing forward.
When you're looking at an article on a publishers webpage (like the ones you often land on when searching Google Scholar), this extension checks to see if UR has access to the article through on of our databases so you can quickly open the full-text/pdf. See
Libkey Nomad help pages for more info.
A visual tool to help researchers find research on a topic or other papers cited by or closely connected to what you've already found. Search by topic, title of a paper you've already found, by DOI or by paper urls from archives like PubMed, Semantic Scholar, or arXiv.