So you need to use scholarly, peer-reviewed articles for an assignment...what does that mean?
Peer review is a process for evaluating research studies before they are published by an academic journal. These studies typically communicate original research or analysis for other researchers.
Looking for peer-reviewed articles? Try searching in OneSearch or a library database and look for options to limit your results to scholarly/peer-reviewed or academic journals. Check out this brief tutorial to show you how: How to Locate a Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Article
After watching the video, reflect on the following questions:
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In class or for homework, watch the video “All About Peer Review” (3 min.).
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This work, "Understanding Peer Reviewed Articles- Arts & Humanities", is a derivative of the "All About Peer Review“ guide created by Tessa Withorn, Carolyn Caffrey Gardner, and Dana Ospina at the CSUDH Library and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License.