To locate articles on a particular subject:
To locate a specific article for which you have a citation:
To receive articles or books that the library does not own:
What is a Peer-Reviewed Article?
Peer-reviewed articles are written by experts and researchers who want to share their research with others in the field.
How do you find Peer-Reviewed articles?
Search online databases and scholarly journals. Read the database description to determine if it includes peer-reviewed articles. Many databases include options to limit your results to peer-reviewed articles.
Ulrich's Periodical Directory will tell you if a journal is peer-reviewed (refereed). Type in the journal's name and look in the "Refereed" field.
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