Finding Peer Reviewed Journals
Follow some examples below on how to find peer-reviewed journal articles in PRIMO, Databases and Google Scholar.
PRIMO Search on the library homepage:
Enter a search on your research topic in the search anything box.
After you have searched and gotten results use the filters on the left-hand side to limit your search to peer-reviewed journals.
From the library homepage select Browse Databases. Choose a subject specific or a multidisciplinary database that relates to your research topic. If you are accessing the database remotely you will be prompted to login with your 700 # and password.
The example below is for ProQuest databases, in this examples it is ProQuest Central:
Databases will often have an option to limit your results to peer-reviewed articles before you do your search.
Once you complete a search and go to the results page, you can filter to peer-reviewed material by selecting the "Scholarly Journals" box on the left-hand side.