Answered By: Cindi Nichols Last Updated: Nov 22, 2017 Views: 255
You can find peer reviewed articles a number of ways:
1. When searching for articles in databases, limit your search results to peer reviewed content. Most databases provide this option, usually by checking a box on the search or advanced search page:
2. Check to see if the journal that published the article is a peer reviewed journal. Use the Journal Titles search bar on the Libraries homepage.
Type in the title of the journal. Find the journal in the list and click on its title. If the journal is peer reviewed, you will see Peer Reviewed: Yes. If the journal isn't listed, go to the journal's/publisher's About webpage and see if they describe the journal as peer reviewed.
If you're still unsure, chat or call the Research & Information Services desk!