There are a few options for finding peer reviewed journal articles. Two primary options are to use PRIMO Search (the main search box on the library’s homepage) or a database that includes peer-reviewed journal articles from the library’s Database List.
Using PRIMO Search
In PRIMO Search box enter the keywords on your topic and then click “Search”.
On the results page, the left column will provide filters and you can limit your search to “Articles” and “Peer-reviewed Journals”
Once you find the article you want to use, evaluate it if it is appropriate for your topic of research and published in a peer-reviewed journal.
Using the Database List
Read the description on each database to determine the resources indexed. Not all databases will include peer-reviewed materials. You can browse databases by subjects specific to your discipline of study.
Once you select a database to search, use filters to limit your results to peer-reviewed materials. Evaluate each source to determine if it is appropriate for your research and published in a peer-reviewed journal.
To find out more information on peer-reviewed scholarly articles please check this research guide.
For more help on finding scholarly literature contact or schedule an appointment with a Subject Specialist in your area of study.