Answered By: Lynn VanLeer
Last Updated: Dec 11, 2018     Views: 43081

You can limit your search in many of the Library's research databases to scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.

To start your search, first choose a database. You can find databases listed by subject area in the Subject Resources box on the main page. 

Search Tip: Some databases contain only peer-reviewed journals, while others have both peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed content.  Learn about the peer review status of different databases. 

Once you have logged in to the database, look for a peer review limiter option on the search page.

The peer review box will be in different places on the search page in the different databases. You may see it close to the search boxes, or you may need to scroll down the page a bit.

Some databases have it labeled as Peer Reviewed Scholarly Journals or Peer Reviewed or Peer Reviewed Journals





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