Journal articles can provide you with more recent information than books and will usually examine a topic in detail. Journal articles can alert you to major cases and legislation as well as provide analysis and opinion and can be useful for supporting your research of primary materials. Journal articles can also be used for historical research to determine what was being discussed about a particular issue at a given point in time. Articles about cases, or case notes, are generally shorter than scholarly articles, and can help by providing analysis of the key aspects of a case. Find Journal Articles
Before you begin searching:
In addition to LibrarySearch, the following databases contain journal articles:
When you have a reference to a journal article, you need to find the title of the journal that the article is in and then search the RMIT Library to see if it is held online or in print.
Follow the steps below: