Looking for articles? Start with these:
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This section includes 4 short videos that explain the basic search process, from how to find a database related to your field to how to create more complex search queries. A written summary is given next to each video. If you need help with your research, don't hesitate to contact your liaison librarian, she is there to help!
Remember: you don't have to read an article in order! I normally recommend to start with the title and abstract to determine if an article seems relevant. If so, then read the introduction and the discussion (this is the "what does it all means" section), then go back to the methodology and results. The methodology and results sections can be really dense and difficult to read so keep them last.