The first place you should check for articles on your topic would be on of the databases the library has subscriptions to. By searching in the Library's databases you are guarenteed access to the article or a streamlined Interlibrary Loan request. (You can find these under the "Library Databases" tab of this LibGuide.)
If you can't seem to find any articles that would fit your research in the Library's Databases, you can try Google Scholar. Here are some tips and tricks on how to best use Google Scholar.
When in Google Scholar you should sign in. On the right-hand side of the main page of Google Scholar you should click on "Sign In" and, well, sign in.
Once you are signed into Google Scholar you need to click on the "Settings" option.
From here you should click on "Library Links" and trpe in "Franklin Pierce University" and check all of the boxes that come up and click Save. Now you will be able to see what the DiPietro Library hold from Google Scholar.
We all use Google to search for information on a daily basis. Google is an amazingly powerful tool that makes our lives easier but what Google pulls up can be faulty or erroneous. Here are some tips on how to better use Google: