Answered By: Debbie
Last Updated: Nov 07, 2022     Views: 10

Peer reviewed journals are generally a good source of quality, academic information from credible, scholarly sources. Before an article or research paper is published in a peer reviewed journal, it goes through a process of peer reviewing (or refereeing) by other scholars who assess its quality by determining if it is based on sound research, accurate, logical and original.

You can find articles from peer reviewed journals in the library either by using MultiSearch (use Advanced Search for complex topics) or A-Z Databasesas follows:

In Multisearch

Enter your topic terms and click Search. From the result list, go to Refine My Results on the left-hand side, scroll down and click on Peer-reviewed Journals, as highlighted below: 


In A-Z Databases

Select which database you wish to search, such as the EBSCOhost Databases. Enter your topic terms and click Search. Then go to Refine Results on the left-hand side, scroll down to Limit To: and click on Peer Reviewed Journals, as highlighted below: