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Peer Reviewed Articles
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  • 1. Peer Reviewed Articles WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO FIND THEM 1
  • 2. What Are Peer-Reviewed Articles? 2
  • 3. Scholarly articles arewritten by academicsin that fieldThe best of the bestscholarly articles arefrom peer reviewedjournals 3
  • 4. Peer reviewed articles are written byscholars in the subject area 4
  • 5. Peer reviewedarticles arereviewed byother scholarsin the field. Thearticle is onlyprinted if theyagree that thework is reliable,credible, andaccurate.Tip: peer reviewed articles are sometimes called refereed, juried, or blind reviewed 5
  • 6. Peer reviewed articles are published inacademic journals (also known as scholarlyjournals) 6
  • 7. Popular magazines are not scholarly or peerreviewed 7
  • 8. Trade journals are not scholarly or peerreviewed, but they might be acceptable foryour course—be sure to ask your instructorbefore using these as a source 8
  • 9. Where do you find peer reviewed journals?Some of our top picks: 9
  • 10. EBSCOhost 10
  • 11. ProQuest 11
  • 12. JSTOR JSTOR only has scholarly and peer reviewed journals—just select Article and you’re set 12
  • 13. Project Muse 13
  • 14. Literary Reference Center From the home page of the Literary Reference Center, click on Advanced Search Then, on the Advanced Search page, check the box next to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals 14
  • 15. Questions?Email: library@ashford.eduPhone: (866) 685-8089Chat: On the library website 15
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