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A process through which manuscripts submitted to a journal are evaluated for quality — by one or more subject experts in addition to the editor — before being accepted for publication.
ProQuest article databases (such as PsycINFO, GeoRef or Ag & EnviSci database) include a checkbox to limit to “Peer Reviewed” articles. For journals retrieved from other databases, use the online Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory to locate your journal and then look for the black and white striped symbol indicating the publication is “Refereed” or peer-reviewed.
Finding an Article with a Citation
If you want to find an article using its citation (a structured description of an item), one way is to find the journal in which it’s published, using Journals A-Z on the library homepage. Depending on the journal or vendor, you may need to locate the journal archive, then use the year, volume number and/or page numbers to find the article. Here’s a breakdown of the structure of a citation:
What is EndNote Online?
EndNote Online citation management software is free to UC Davis students. Access EndNote Online through the Web of Science database.
How do I set up my EndNote Online account?
To register for EndNote Online:
How to Use my EndNote Online Account?
The most important thing to remember about downloading/uploading citations to add to your EndNote Online Library that you will be working with RIS files
For Guides and Tutorials from EndNote: