If your career name is more than one word--social worker, dental hygienist, computer programmer--put quotation marks around the words to create a "phrase search."
Put an asterisk after the main part of a word to include alternatives--child* will find the words children, children's and childhood, etc.
"Journal Articles" and "Trade Publication Articles" are sources that people already working in the field are reading. "Newspapers," "Magazines" or "Transcripts" from video or radio are sources aimed at the general public.
Use date presets, calendars, or sliding bars to choose only current articles.
Telling a magazine from a journal isn't always simple. When your instructor has specified use of a journal resource, review or print this two-page guide to help you choose.
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