FAQ

It’s actually pretty easy to find a scholarly or peer-reviewed article if you are using one of the library’s databases.  Most of our databases come from two vendors – EBSCOHost and ProQuest.  When you do a search in any database from those providers, you can narrow down your results to only include those articles that are considered scholarly.  It’s usually a matter of clicking on a “scholarly or peer reviewed” check box.  More images and details here.  If you aren’t sure what a scholarly article is, this tutorial can help!

 

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