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BIOL 101: Home

Biology & Society

Browse Journals and eJournals

Need a Research Topic?

Browse some science journals:

You can use the library's search tool above to look for articles and more. Type in your search terms, and use the filters on the left hand side to refine your search to articles. 

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Searching for Articles

What do you need?

  • To find research journal articles on a topic, use a library database.
  • To find an article for which you already have the reference, check Google Scholar (go to Settings, click on Library Links, add Kapiʻolani Community College Library.)


  • Use Advanced Search to limit to Kapiʻolani CC subscribed publications by typing in search terms, clicking submit, and then further refining your search by selecting options under Refine by: "Subscribed journals," in addition to Access type: "Open access" and "Open archive." Use the date limits if needed. 

Filter by subscribed articles only

Access type Open access and Open archive are selected

PubMed Central

  • More than 6.3 million free access, full-text articles available to the public.
  • Use the Citation link to copy the APA reference.

EBSCO Academic Search Complete

  • Must limit to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals
  • Use the automatic Cite button to copy the APA reference.

Google Scholar

  • Go to Settings, click on Library Links, add Kapiʻolani Community College Library (video).


Citing Information

When Do I Need to Cite? (1.5 min video)
APA information & handouts