What are Scholarly and Peer Reviewed Articles?
Scholarly sources are books, articles, websites, or individual papers that are published by academics, or research or governmental organizations. They are sometimes (but not always) peer reviewed.
Peer reviewed articles are an example of scholarly sources. Peer reviewed articles are published in scholarly, peer reviewed journals and usually follow a consistent format (with sections such as Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, etc.).The articles have gone through a "peer review process" which can look something like this:
Breakdown of Scholarly, Peer Reviewed Research Articles
Image: Research Paper by Srinivas Agra from the Noun Project
Research articles tend to follow a similar structure and usually contain the following sections:
Sections of a Scholarly Research Article
►Title and Authors