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HCC - Seeing if an Article's Peer-Reviewed or Not

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How can you tell if an article's peer-reviewed? Find out with Houston Community College Libraries.

How can you tell if an article's peer-reviewed? Find out with Houston Community College Libraries.

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  • 1. Seeing if an article’s peer-reviewed (evaluating sources tutorial @HCC Libraries)
  • 2. You find the perfect article when you realize that your professor only wants peer-reviewed articles.
  • 3. You find the perfect article when you realize that your professor only wants peer-reviewed articles. it’s okay! you can find out in a few seconds.
  • 4. If you’re on EBSCO... 1. Click the source’s name (aka the journal) 2. Look at the publication details & check the peer-reviewed status.
  • 5. Step 1: Click the source name Click this!
  • 6. Step 2: Look at the publication details look at the peer-review status!
  • 7. Not on EBSCO or publication details unavailable? 1. Go to Google & type the journal’s name & quotation marks and peer-reviewed “journal name” + peer reviewed 2. Browse the results to see if you can find information on its peer-reviewed status
  • 8. Step 1: Google “journal name” + peer reviewed
  • 9. Step 2: Browse results to see peer reviewed status Here’s the journal’s sponsor’s details
  • 10. Step 2: Browse results to see peer reviewed status Here’s the peer-review status!
  • 11. Remember, being peer-reviewed is a big deal for an academic/ scholarly journal. If you can’t find it quickly, it’s probably not peer- reviewed.
  • 12. Need help? ask a librarian or Find out more with HCC Libraries @library.hccs.edu

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