Answered By: Jennifer Bazeley Last Updated: Apr 12, 2017 Views: 1
Answered By: Jennifer Bazeley
Last Updated: Apr 12, 2017 Views: 1
There are many ways to determine if a journal or journal article is peer reviewed. Below are two ways to get you started:
If you don't yet have a journal or article in hand:
- Start at the Libraries' Articles & More tab on the web site.
- Type your keywords or subjects into the search box and press enter.
- On the Search Results page, look for the "Limit To" area on the left side of the results.
- Check the box next to "Limit to Peer Reviewed Journals".
- The Search Results will re-populate with results that are from peer-reviewed journals.
If you already have a journal or article in hand:
- Go to Ulrich's Periodicals Directory at http://www.lib.miamioh.edu/indexes/redirect/808.
- Type the title of the journal (NOT the title of the article) into the search box.
- In the Search Results list, click on the journal title you are interested in.
- In the "Basic Description" section of the record, look for the "Refereed" row, which will indicate "Yes" (peer reviewed) or "No" (not peer reviewed).