Q. How do I find peer reviewed articles?
Answered By: Christine Stark Last Updated: Nov 29, 2017 Views: 129
Academic (or scholarly) articles are articles that have been peer-reviewed by experts in the field before they are published. Journals can be accessed by searching the following:
Search for the journal title in UlrichsWeb to determine whether or not it is peer-reviewed. An icon that looks like a striped referee’s jersey, indicates that the journal is peer-reviewed (or refereed).
Databases often include the option of limiting search results to scholarly or peer-reviewed.
For help with starting your research, input How do I get started with my research? in the search box above.