You can search in Ulrich's Periodicals Directory (Ulrichsweb) to see if the article is Refereed (Peer Reviewed).
- Go to Ulrich's
- Enter the title of the journal into the search box
- Do not search for the article title. If you are unsure which title is the journal title, ask a librarian
- Click the magnifying glass icon
- Look in the search results for the correct journal title
- Some journals have very similar names; librarians can help you find the correct journal.
- If the journal is peer-reviewed, there will be a black and white icon next to the title
- You can click on the journal title to see more information. Look for the Refereed under the Basic Description. If it says Refereed and Yes, then the journal is peer-reviewed.
- Ulrich's uses the word Refereed.
- Refereed is the same as peer-reviewed.
- When a journal is peer-reviewed, it means that most of the articles published in it are peer-reviewed. Other content, such as editorials, letter to the editor, and responses to previously published articles, is not peer-reviewed.