Q. Where do you go on the library website to find just peer reviewed journals?

Answer

There are two ways to do this. The first way is to search the box on the library's main website for your topic, then change Everything to Articles & More and then hit Go.

On the results screen, you can limit to only peer-reviewed journals on the left.

The second way is by going into one of our databases, such as Academic Search Complete. From the library website:

  • Click on Quicklinks
  • Choose Database A to Z
  • Choose Academic Search Complete (for this example)
  • Enter your Network username and password
  • Type your search terms into the box(es)
  • Check the box next to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals

If you need suggestions about which databases would be best for your topic, try the Library Guides.These are online guides to help you find resources/databases in a specific subject area.

1. Click on the library website, find the yellow button lilke this LIbrary Guides Resources by Subject

2. Pick the major that best matches your research area.

3. Find the tab called Find Articles or Finding Articles.

4. You should see a list of database links.

  • Last Updated Nov 15, 2016
  • Views 163
  • Answered By Ashley Ireland

FAQ Actions

Was this helpful? 0   0

Contact Us