What is a peer reviewed journal?
“Peer review” journals (or “refereed journals”) mean that an article goes through an editorial process that includes review and approval by the author’s peers (people who are an expert in the same subject area) before being published.
Some databases give you the option to search for only Peer Reviewed items.
For more information on scholarly articles vs magazine articles go to http://libguides.valdosta.edu/evaluatesources/peerreview.
The Discover Tab searches most of the library's databases and the GIL-Find catalog.
The Discover search is a great place to start your library research. You will likely receive a lot of results when you search using Discover because you will be searching all of the online databases included in Galileo as well as the library catalog which contains the books, eBooks, films, and more items located in the library building.