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How do I find an article in a peer-reviewed journal?

Last Updated: Feb 27, 2013  |  18 Views
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The library provides access to many peer-reviewed and scholarly journals. For online access, search library databases with the limiter of Peer-Reviewed or Scholarly. The following is an example of an EBSCO database limited to peer-reviewed sources:

Similarly, ProQuest databases also offer the option to limit to peer-reviewed sources.

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