Google Scholar is search engine (like Google) that searches across all disciplines for content such as:
Google doesn't reveal exactly what publishers they work with, so we don't know exactly what is included or excluded.
Use it, but also use disciplinary library databases (like Communication and Mass Media Complete). There are more options for filtering, limiting and narrowing your search in these databases and if you're new to a subject area, this can be incredibly helpful!
Tip #1 Link up your Google Scholar Settings with Sprague Library
When you do a Google Scholar search, you should now see Full Text @ Montclair links that you can use to connect to full-text content (you will still be prompted to log in with your netID to access this if you're off campus)
Tip #2 Use Google Scholar's 'Cited By' Feature
Tip #3 Author Search
Tip #4 Don't Pay for Articles