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Expert analysis; a thoughtful view of the current understanding in a field/discipline; reports of new research. Very focused, specific analysis that also connects to the big picture implications. However, also slower to publish.
This database provides nearly 550 scholarly full-text journals focusing on many medical disciplines. Also features abstracts and indexing for nearly 850 journals. This database is updated twice a week.
Once you have created your subscription to NYT, sign in with my.lonestar.edu email account as username and the password you created. Search interface available to find topical articles from 1854 archives to current date.
and even what kind of pages you've searched for in the past.
Notice that "accuracy" or "reliability" don't make the list.
You can streamline the quality of your Google searches by focusing on government (.gov) and education (.edu) domains in your results.
.gov is the most strict to register -- non-government entities can't get it!
.edu is mostly universities, but you'll sometimes come across some K-12 entities with this domain.
The big thing to watch out for is that you're not finding a student paper or project that's been posted on the university domain. Presumably their work is pretty good since it's being shown off publicly, but undergrads are not yet academic experts in their fields (sorry).
Google has some advanced search commands to make this quicker. Just add site:___ to your search! E.g. site:nasa.gov or even just site:.edu. Try it below!