Answered By: Edward O'Donnell
Last Updated: Aug 23, 2016     Views: 111

The easiest way to determine if an article is peer-reviewed is to look up the journal in which the article is published in Ulrichsweb, available from the Databases by Title (A-Z) list on the library homepage. Once you are in the database, simply look up the journal using the search box. In the results list, if a referee's-shirt icon appears next to the journal title, then it is refereed and scholarly. You can double-check by opening the record and look for the word Yes next to the heading Refereed.

Ask A Librarian

E-mail Us


 
Chat Hours (ET)
Mon-Thurs:    9am-9pm
Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat: 11am-4pm
Sun: 4pm-9pm

Call us Call Us

240-684-2020
855-655-8682, opt. 6, x22020
​Mon-Fri: 11am-4pm ET


Make an Appointment

Meet in person, by phone,
or via Web conference.


Tell us how we're doing.