One Search can locate Scholarly, peer-reviewed articles and non-peer reviewed "popular" magazine articles (also called periodicals).
In the image above, Step 1 indicates the "Articles" scope on the right side dropdown menu. This step is technically optional because the default "Everything" scope will also display articles.*
In Step 2, choose either "Peer-reviewed Journals" by clicking the left side box or select the red box to the left to exclude peer reviewed articles.
In Step 3, optionally choose "Expand my Results" to see information about articles beyond Limestone's institutional subscriptions. One Search offers you the ability to find articles published on your topic that are immediately available via a full-text link or that can be retrieved for you via Inter-Library Loan. See the Inter-Library Loan request form on the top of the One Search page.
*To narrow your search down to newspapers or other types of resources, keep the default "Everything" scope and choose the appropriate resource under "Resource Type" on the left side menu. By default, the "Articles" resource type will include peer-reviewed and non-peer reviewed articles. Choose the appropriate box to the left or right to see peer-reviewed articles exclusively or to eliminate them from your results.