About Scholarly Journals
Professors often specify that your sources need to include articles from "scholarly" or peer-reviewed journals. How can you tell if a journal is "scholarly"?
Here are some tips for evaluating a journal by its content, and a shortcut of two for limiting your search results to the right kinds of materials:
Did You Know?
Did you know that you can search multiple EBSCO databases simultaneously? Click through to the Advanced Search page and click on the "Choose Databases" link to get started.
Then, you can save your search results in your EBSCO Folder. Click on the Sign In tab in the upper right of the EBSCO search screeen and select Create New Account to get started.
GREENR focuses on the study of sustainability and the environment. GREENR provides issue, organization and country portals. Includes primary source documents and statistics covering energy systems, healthcare, food, climate change, population, economic development.
Medline is a comprehensive medical and health science literature database from the National Library of Medicine.
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