More scholarly articles in journals and newspapers can be found in subject specific database.
Google Book Search
allows you to download PDF files of entire books if they are out of copyright (or if the publisher has opted to allow it).
• Find it in a Library – similar to the Library Search function in Google Scholar. Google Books links to WorldCat where one can search by zip code to locate a copy in the nearest library.
• Search in this book – allows the user to search within the book they have selected
• About this book – provides citation information (complete title, ISBN and subject headings)
WorldCat.org is the world's largest combined library catalog, listing over 1 billion items in 10,000 libraries, including materials in the Princeton University Library. Also included are 30 million journal and magazine articles from the ArticleFirst (general and multidisciplinary), ERIC (education), Medline (medical) and GPO (US government) databases.
WorldCat.org shows which nearby libraries own a particular item, and lets you generate or export citations, add your own notes or reviews, and save items in personalized lists.