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HON 2200 : Kresser, Art Research

Peer Review

Articles submitted for peer review go through a vigourous process of inspection and consideration.

Watch the video, Peer Review in 5 Minutes for all the basics on peer reviewed journal articles.

 

Finding Peer Reviewed Articles in the Databases

When searching in the SPU Library Article Databases, look for the peer reviewed or scholarly check box when you begin your search:

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or after your search you can pull out the peer reviewed/scholarly articles from your results:

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Finding Peer Reviewed Articles on the Internet

When you find an article on the Internet, it may not be clear whether it is from a peer reviewed journal.

To determine whether a journal is peer reviewed,

  • Check the website for the journal.
    • It may say on the main page that the journal is peer reviewed.
    • If not, check the "About" or "Mission" section of the journal's website
    • If not, check the "Guidelines for Authors" or "Submission Guidelines" section of the journal's website