Use Library Search to find library books, eBooks, journal articles, databases, newspapers and audio-visual materials.
Use Subject Guides for links to databases and other sources of information relevant to your subject area.
Use Google Scholar to find a broad range of scholarly literature. Note: Google Scholar does not vet the quality of journals it indexes. Also, not all information on Google Scholar is free.
Watch the video to learn about scholarly and peer reviewed sources.
When using Library Search and library databases, click the peer-reviewed filter to find peer-reviewed articles.
You can also check Ulrich's Periodicals Directory to verify whether or not a journal is peer-reviewed.
The CRAAP test can help you evaluate sources of information. CRAAP stands for:
Watch the video below to learn more about using the CRAAP Test to evaluate sources of information.