I need to find a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal article. What is a good database to get started with?

  • Academic Search Premier, a leading, multi-disciplinary database, is a good starting place for finding scholarly journal articles. Read the instructions or watch the video on how to use Academic Search Premier.

  • Look at the image below for a quick hint on how to limit your results in Academic Search Premier to only retrieve scholarly (peer-reviewed) journal articles.  

An image of the homepage of Academic Search Premier.  There is an arrow pointing to the box Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals that reads, "Click this box to limit your search results to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals.   

Answered by: Amanda Kalish | Last updated on: Jul 10, 2020 | Views: Views: 25

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