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(ProQuest) Part of ProQuest Central. Comprised of ABI/INFORM Global, ABI/INFORM Trade and Industry, and ABI/INFORM Dateline. The database features thousands of full-text journals, dissertations, working papers, key business and economics periodicals such as the Economist, country-and industry-focused reports, and downloadable data. Its international coverage gives researchers a complete picture of companies and business trends around the world.
(Emerald) Over 400 online journals covering all academic disciplines: business, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Note that we do not subscribe to all content on the Emerald platform, only e-journals. After running a search, immediately check "Only content I have access to" to retrieve that content.
(Elsevier) Provides users with access to a wide range of journal articles and full-text e-books in Health and Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering, Computers and Technology, and the Social and Behavioural Sciences.
(Taylor and Francis) Access to three large collections from T&F: Social Science and Humanities Library, with over 1470 journals, Science and Technology Library, with over 530, and Medical Library, with over 200 titles.
(Wiley) Full-text journals in the humanities, social sciences, and the pure and applied sciences. Only those results with the words "Full Access", "Open Access", or "Free Access" next to them are content to which we have access. If there is no such icon in the search results, it means that content is not available. Unfortunately, there is no way to limit a search to our subscribed content only.
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What is a scholarly or peer-reviewed article?
A peer-reviewed article is an article that has been subjected to the analysis and scrutiny of qualified professionals before publication. These articles are often lengthy, include many references to previous research, and often present the results of new research on a narrowly-focused topic.
Find scholarly or peer-reviewed articles by searching in a database, or using the Library Search box on the homepage. Within each database or search tool, look for options to filter or refine the search to only scholarly or peer-reviewed content.
Many scholarly journals also publish book reviews, editorials, and other similar content. Even if these are marked as 'peer-reviewed', they really aren't, so don't rely on them for your paper.
Still not sure if your article is peer-reviewed? Check the journal/publisher website. Often they will tell you if the journal is scholarly or peer-reviewed.