Answered By: Debra Oswald
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2014     Views: 47

To find journal articles that are peer-reviewed, perhaps the easiest thing to do is to go to our library page at and you will see a search box called LibSearch. Enter the your topic you are searching, select the "full text" option below, then hit enter.

You will get articles back that look for the words entered. To make sure they are peer-reviewed, on the left hand side, you need to select the "Scholarly (peer-reviewed)" option. After it is updated, the results in the middle should be scholarly, peer-reviewd articles. See below:

A lot of what you get back is dependent upon what words you use in your search. If you are having problems finding specific articles on your topic, feel free to email us, call us (937-512-3004), or stop by the main desk at the library and we can help.