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Click image below for a 5-minute database demo on finding peer-reviewed articles
Click the image below for a 5-minute demo on finding peer-reviewed articles in a database:
Using Google Scholar to find peer-reviewed articles
You also can find peer-reviewed articles in Google Scholar:
Peer-reviewed articles in Google Scholar may not be free and full-text. To limit your search to full-text, follow your search terms with the file-type limiter as in the example above.
How do you know if the article is peer-reviewed? Clues include:
The word Journal is in the publication title.
The author's name and academic credentials are prominent.
There is a list of references at the end of the article.
If in doubt, Google the publication title to see if you can find a description that says if it is peer-reviewed; or . Ask a Librarian