Q. What is and where do I find peer-reviewed journals?
A peer-reviewed journal is:
- A publication that includes scholarly research in a specific area.
- The articles are written by experts in the field.
- The articles are then reviewed by other experts before they are published in the journal.
- This is what is meant by peer-reviewed.
Here's where to find peer-reviewed articles:
- Start at the Online Resources page.
- Select the category that best suits the topic, such as Health Sciences.
- Find a list of databases.
- Select a database such as: OmniFile Full Text Select, or ProQuest.
- Look for a box to check that will limit the results to peer-reviewed.
If you are having trouble finding peer-reviewed articles, contact the Campus Library/ARC.
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