Answered By: Mel Ribas
Last Updated: May 16, 2018     Views: 271

Peer-reviewed articles are scholarly in that they focus on research and are published in journals.

The library pays for database subscriptions that have tons of peer-reviewed articles.

Find peer-reviewed articles in Academic Search Complete:

  • Start at
  • Click on the A database tile in the A-Z buffet of tiles
  • Click on Academic Search Complete
    • You will need to log in with your Net ID and password if you are off-campus
  • Below the search box, check the box under Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals
  • Conduct your search using keywords

*Note: There are many more databases that have peer-reviewed articles.


Sometimes it's hard to tell if an article is peer-reviewed or not. We can help! Call, chat, text, email, or stop in and talk with a librarian.

NCSU Libraries produced the video linked below. Thanks, NCSU!

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