Answered By: Prof. Greg Morrison Last Updated: Jul 08, 2016 Views: 310
Answered By: Prof. Greg Morrison
Last Updated: Jul 08, 2016 Views: 310
Option 1: Begin at http://library.wheaton.edu.
- Click on the "Articles" tab
- In your search results, "peer-reviewed" (i.e. scholarly) will appear just below the article title and author information:
- You can also leave only the "peer-reviewed" box checked in the left column to view only scholarly articles:
Option 2: Start with a subject-specific database. Below are some we recommend, and all of them enable you to limit your search results to scholarly articles.
- ATLA Religion Database for biblical studies, theology, church history, pastoral counseling, religion
- PsycINFO for all aspects of psychology
- MLA Int'l Bibliography for articles about literary works, themes, and authors
- SocINDEX with Full Text for articles, select books, and conference papers on topics in sociology
- See the complete list of databases by subject