A scholarly journal is peer-reviewed when there is an editorial board that decides which articles should be included for publication. These journals are generally thought to be of the highest quality. To determine if a journal is peer-reviewed, look for an editorial board in the early pages or on the journal's website.
Start Your Research and many databases offer the option to limit to "Scholarly/Academic Journals" or "Peer- Reviewed". If you're not sure if a journal is considered peer-reviewed, check Ulrich's by looking up the title of the journal.
Watch the following video or review the guide below to learn how to limit your results to articles from peer-reviewed journals in a database.
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Watch the following video or review the guide below to learn how to check the database Ulrichsweb to find out if the journal an article is published in is peer-reviewed.
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