Your lecturer may require you to find peer-reviewed journal articles. Here are some tips on finding out if your journal is a peer-reviewed journal:
There are 4 ways to check for peer-reviewed status:
Also remember to check that your article is scholarly and not just an opinion or commentary piece that happens to be in a peer-reviewed publication. Some good indicators:
This module that explains the difference between Scholarly and non-Scholarly resources.
A short module showing how to evaluate resources using the CRAAP test
Change your settings so that Find it @ SCU links automatically appear within Google Scholar in your search results:
If you use EndNote, under Bibliography Manager, select EndNote.
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