When you get to the results screen, be sure to --
Find books and print journals in the library by their call numbers.
Available at Mugar Memorial Library Stacks (NC1499.S337 A213 2015 )
A call number location (floor) guide is posted by every elevator/stairway and online.
Many of the articles you find by searching BULS, Google Scholar, and the article databases, e.g., MLA Bibliography, are peer-reviewed. Some articles are designated as "peer-reviewed" but they are actually "scholarly/academic." What is the difference?
Peer-reviewed (sometimes called "Refereed"). Before articles are accepted for publication, they are closely read and critiqued by several scholars who study and do research in the same or a similar subject area.
Scholarly/academic. These articles might be written by researchers but are accepted for publication by the journal's editor (or editorial staff) without peer review.
Evaluating Sources (YouTube)
Peer Review in 3 Minutes (NCSU Libraries)
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