Answered By: Edna Fugate
Last Updated: Jan 11, 2017     Views: 90

Peer review is a process by which articles in scholarly journals are reviewed by experts in the field prior to being approved for publication. This helps to insure higher quality. Most databases provide a checkbox on the main search page that allows you to narrow your search to only peer reviewed articles.

For more information, see the Evaluating Sources guide.

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