Answered By: Jennifer Burr
Last Updated: Jun 27, 2023     Views: 162

There are several ways to determine if a journal is peer-reviewed.

The easiest way is to use the library databases and limit your search to peer-reviewed journals.  Then you'll know that all of your results are peer-reviewed.  Usually the filters will be on the left-hand side of the screen after you do a search.

You can also Google the name of the journal and visit their website directly.  If the journal is peer-reviewed, that will be stated on the website (usually on the About page).

Please contact a librarian at refdesk@naz.edu if you need extra help finding peer-reviewed articles.

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