Answered By: Melissa Del Castillo
Last Updated: Sep 26, 2023     Views: 1367

Peer-Reviewed in the Discovery System:

  2. Type your keywords in the "Search for Anything..." box then click search.
  3. If prompted, sign in with your FIU credentials. 
  4. In the left-hand "Tweak Your Results" column under "Availability", select "Peer-reviewed Journals

Peer-Reviewed in specific databases:

  2. Click Research: Start.
  3. Click ProQuest or Academic Search Complete
  4. If prompted, sign in with your FIU credentials.
  5. Once you are in the database, choose "Advanced Search".
  6. Check the option for "Peer-Reviewed" journals or publications.

The majority of databases have an option to limit to peer-reviewed journals using filters or "advanced search" options.

Do you need to verify that a journal is peer-reviewed?

Use Ulrich's Directory of Publications.

Follow these steps:

  2. Hover over Find and click A-Z List
  3. Go to “U” in the A-Z list and select Ulrich’s Web from the list.
  4. Search for the journal title. 


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