What is a "scholarly source"? What does "peer review" mean?


A scholarly source is one written and published in the interest of academic learning and research. Most scholarly articles are peer reviewed.

A peer-reviewed article is evaluated by specialists in the same field of research as the author of the article. This evaluation is done to assess an article's publication requirements and guidelines for publication. Visit this Research Guide for more information on peer reviewed articles and how to find them.

  • Last Updated Aug 10, 2021
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  • Answered By Vanessa Arce

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