How do I know if an article is scholarly?

How do I know if an article is scholarly?

The best way to tell if a book is a scholarly source is to look at the publisher. If it was published by a university, it went through the same peer-review process as an article. There could be other book publishers that have peer-review so if you are unsure it is best to Google the publisher’s name.

What is the meaning of peer reviewed?

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Are all scholarly articles peer reviewed?

Scholarly journals are oftentimes peer reviewed or refereed. A peer-reviewed or refereed article has gone through a process where other scholars in the author’s field or discipline critically assess a draft of the article. The vast majority of scholarly articles are peer reviewed.

Where can I find scholarly peer reviewed articles?

The easiest way to find a peer-reviewed article is by using one of the Library’s numerous databases. All of the Library’s databases are listed in the Online Journals and Databases index. The databases are divided by name and discipline.

What are peer reviewed scholarly articles?

Scholarly articles are sometimes referred to as “peer-reviewed” or “refereed” because they are typically evaluated by other scholars before being accepted for publication. A scholarly article is commonly a study or a literature review, and usually longer than a magazine article.