Last Updated: Dec 22, 2016     Views: 159

There are several ways to identify refereed journals:

  • Print journals will usually state if the journal is refereed within the publication itself.
  • A journal website will also indicate if a journal is refereed.
  • Check the Ulrichsweb database, as this database provides information about most journals, including whether or not they are refereed.
  • Library search allows you to limit to Peer-reviewed journals under Show only to the right of the results list.

Note: Not all items in a refereed journal will be peer reviewed e.g. editorial, letters, some reviews, announcements are not peer-reviewed.

 

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