Answered By: Jenay Dougherty Last Updated: Dec 26, 2023 Views: 3
When reading a news article, look for any hyperlinks or references that lead to the original study. Sometimes news or web articles have the original study linked within the article or near the bottom. Look for key phrases such as "according to a study done (insert organization)" or "scientists at (insert university) conducted a study" and navigate to the link if provided or you can do a quick search on the scientists or university where the study was conducted.
You can then cross search the study or search the title if known in InfoHawk+ or search the journal where the article is published in the UI Libraries' E-Journal search.
Remember, you can always ask a librarian or your professor for help finding the original study.