Answered By: Edward O'Donnell
Last Updated: Dec 06, 2023     Views: 978

A peer-reviewed article is an in-depth research article written by experts for experts and has been blind reviewed by at least two external reviewers. To determine if an article is peer-reviewed, look up the journal name in which the article is published in Ulrichsweb also available from the Databases by Title (A-Z) list on the library homepage

Once you are in Ulrichsweb, enter the the journal name into the search box. In the results if a referee's-shirt icon appears next to the journal title, then it is refereed and scholarly:

Peer-reviewed journal screenshot ulrichsweb

Use this guide to determine whether an article is scholarly Distinguishing among Scholarly, Popular, and Trade Journals.