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NRS328 Research Skills Guide: Peer Review

Peer Review

By now you should be familiar with the process of finding peer-reviewed articles ....

  • Primo Search has a "Show Only" refiner for [articles from] Peer Reviewed Journals.

 

  • Many databases have similar limiters/refiners for articles from peer-reviewed journals. [The screen-shot below is from the CINAHL Plus with Full Text Advanced Search page.]

 

  • You can check the home-page of a journal for information about whether it's a peer-reviewed journal.
     
  • But the RECOMMENDED way to confirm that an article is peer-reviewed is to check the peer review status of the journal in Ulrichsweb Global Serials Directory.

 

For more information on peer-review and on using Ulrichsweb, see the video below.

Peer Review

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