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Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles

Welcome!  This research guide will walk you through the process of finding peer-reviewed ("scholarly," or "academic") journal articles for your research project. 

There's a table of contents to the left for each tab of the guide, and at the bottom of each page, there will be a link to follow to get to the next page.  Be sure to work your way through the whole guide.

Start by learning more about what makes something a peer-reviewed source by watching the 4-minute video below:

So, what's a "peer-reviewed article," anyway?

Now go on to the next page, "Where to Search."