Answered By: Kendra Harrell Last Updated: Apr 30, 2020 Views: 15
If you already have the article: use the Ulrich's Web database
Search in Ulrich’s Web for the journal title to see if the article is “refereed” (another term for “peer reviewed”). Make sure to search for the journal title, not the article title.
A search for Environmental Forensics In Ulrich's Web brings the following results.
Note: the black and white striped icons indicate a journal is peer reviewed. Any titles without the icon are not peer reviewed.
If you are searching for articles: use the "peer reviewed" check box
When you search in WorldCat Discovery, check off the “peer reviewed” box on the left side of the results screen. Any articles you still have in your results list will be peer reviewed.
When you search in an EBSCOhost database, check off the “Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals" box on the left side of the results screen. Any articles you still have in your results list will be peer reviewed.