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Last Updated: Apr 24, 2020     Views: 230

You can find many scholarly articles online via our various databases and e-resources. To find our databases by alphabetical title or by subject, please visit our databases page.

Full tutorials and help on searching these resources can be found in our How Do I... guide. 

If you are searching for peer-reviewed articles in Search It, our online catalog, type in your keywords. Then, on the left side, click on Peer-reviewed Journals. This will limit your results to only those materials. You can also tell if something is a peer-reviewed journal by its notation next to the article information. See below for screenshots:

 

Left side limiters in Search it to narrow search. Peer-reviewed highlighted.The search result "Modern Reproductions" highlighting the label of "Peer-reviewed Journal"

 

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