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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: May 10, 2017 Views: 609
You can find peer-reviewed or scholarly articles in journals. We have print journals in our physical collections in the library. We also have thousands of scholarly or peer-reviewed journals online in databases via our website.
To find online scholarly or peer-reviewed articles on our website , follow these steps:
1. From the library's homepage, under "Find,"click on Articles & Databases.
2. Select an article database such as Academic Search Premier which allows you restrict the results to include ONLY peer-reviewed or scholarly articles.
3. To restrict your results to only peer-reviewed or scholarly articles, look for the checkbox "Scholarly (Peer-reviewed) journals" on the left side of the screen in the filter options.
Other databases such as JSTOR and ScienceDirect have full-text scholarly/peer-reviewed journals in the database so there is no need to limit your results. You can find these databases on the Articles & Databases page.
To get more help, ask the librarian at your campus library.
** If you are located off-campus, you will be prompted to log into MyTCC before accessing the library databases.