Q. How can I find peer reviewed articles?

Answer

To find peer-reviewed articles:

  1. Start at the Online Resources
  2. Choose a subject category related to your topic.
  3. Choose a database.  ProQuest or EBSCO are good places to start.
  4. Find the checkbox labeled "scholarly" or "peer-reviewed." (Sometimes it's under Advanced Search.)
  5. Enter your keywords.

All of the articles found this way will be considered scholarly.

Use your Library card number for access.  Online it's on my.baker.edu under Login Assistance.

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  • Last Updated Jun 24, 2019
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