• Peer-Reviewed Sources: Start Here

    Need peer-review sources? This guide can help!

    What are peer-reviewed sources?

    Peer-reviewed sources are original research projects that scientists and researchers share and publish. These sources go through an extensive -- and often long -- evaluation process by:

    1. Fellow subject matter experts; and
    2. Journal editors

    before they are published. You can access peer-reviewed sources through academic databases like EBSCOhost, JSTOR, and ProQuest. Google Scholar is another place to find peer-reviewed sources

    Peer-reviewed sources include, but are not limited to:

    • Academic (scholarly) journal articles
    • eBooks
    • Book chapters

    Library Items

    Find Peer-Reviewed items in the library's catalog! Type in your search terms, then scroll down, paying attention to the options in the far left column. When you reach 'Content Type', select the 'Peer Reviewed' button to filter your results.

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