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Where do I find peer reviewed journals?

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Peer reviewed articles are articles that have been written by experts and are reviewed by a panel of other experts in that field before the article is published in order to ensure the article's quality, accuracy and contribution to that field's body of knowledge.

Watch this video to find out about what peer-reviewed articles.

Use the Library Subject Guide to select your course, here you'll find a database feature that you can use to select database's relevant to your subject.

Some databases, for example EBSCOhost have the option for you to refine your search results to Peer-Reviewed Articles only.

Other databases like Science Direct only contain peer-reviewed articles.

You can check whether your article is peer-reviewed by either visiting the journal's website homepage or using the Ulrich's Database Directory.