Start by selecting a research database for your research topic. The links below include an arrangement of Kent State databases by subject as well as an alphabetical listing of all databases.
Select Research Databases to Search
OhioLINK Quick Search and Multi-Database Search
Search OhioLINK database by a pre-defined subject cluster or design your own. Does NOT include Kent State-only databases.
If you already know the article that you need, use the Find Journals page to get it.
Tips for Using Research Databases
Enter your search terms, review the list of results, and identify articles that are relevant to your research. Search tips are available for most databases by clicking the "Help" button.
Most of the research databases include a "Find a Copy" link for each article listed, which gives the print and electronic holdings for the journal in which the article appeared. Use the "Find a Copy" link to retrieve articles to which Kent State offers access. If no "Find a Copy" link is provided, the availability of the article can be found by searching KentLINK for the title of the journal in which the article appeared.
Articles published in journals that Kent State does not own can be requested through Interlibrary Loan.