Answered By: Jonathan Bloy
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2017     Views: 725

See also Scholarly Journal or Popular Magazine: How to tell the difference.

To find articles from peer reviewed, scholarly journals, you will need to search one of the article databases. Try a database from our How to Get Started guide, or the A-Z Resource List.

Most databases will let you limit your search to retrieve only scholarly sources.  You can do that from the search results screen, or choose that limit before you search.

Look for a check box labeled "Scholarly" or "Peer Reviewed." 

For example: 

From the search results screen in OneSearch:

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Or from the Academic Search Complete search screen.


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