How do I find articles from scholarly peer-reviewed journals?
Articles in scholarly journals typically go through a peer-review process.
When a researcher submits an article for publication in a scholarly journal, it is reviewed by peers in the same subject area (an editorial board) to determine whether it is a high-quality piece of work. Scholarly journals always cite their sources in the form of footnotes, endnotes or reference lists.
- Click the “Peer-reviewed Journals” facet in the left-hand menu to narrow your search
Search journal article databases
- Look for a "peer reviewed" check box or facet on the various interfaces to narrow your search