Answered By: Kim Reycraft
Last Updated: Feb 14, 2017     Views: 744

Use a database based on your subject, or the articles tab in the Library Catalog. Limit your search by "peer-reviewed".

A scholarly article is one that is written by an academic and deals with academic study and research in its field. Most scholarly articles are peer-reviewed (they have been reviewed by a panel of subject experts prior to publication). Many databases allow you to narrow down your results to only peer-reviewed articles. You can also look up journals in Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory to check if they are peer-reviewed. For more information, see the handouts and videos below. 

 

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