Answered By: Matt LaBrake
Last Updated: Jul 06, 2017     Views: 155

Peer review is an editorial process in which an academic paper or article is reviewed and approved by experts in the same subject area. 

Scholarly journals contain articles that are authored by academics for an academic audience. Articles in scholarly journals usually go through the peer review process.

In most library databases, you can choose to search for peer reviewed articles.

If you need help finding peer reviewed articles, contact a librarian on Chat or at your campus library.

For more information on the peer review process, watch the video below from North Carolina State University.


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