Q. I need some “credible” sources. What does that mean? How can I find them?

Answer

When instructed to use credible sources for a research paper, most professors mean scholarly or peer-reviewed articles. These are articles written by experts in academic or professional fields. Some characteristics of these articles include a listing of the author's affiliation, an abstract, technical language, charts and graphs, and numerous citations.

To find scholarly and peer-reviewed articles, use Library Quick Search on the library homepage. Type your topic into the search box and check the PEER REVIEWED option right below the box. Or you can search the topic and, when you get the list of results, look in the left-hand column where you will see a link for SCHOLARLY & PEER REVIEW. Click on that for articles you can use.

Also, see our online guide for Scholarly Resources listed below.

  • Last Updated Jun 13, 2016
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  • Answered By Jacob Sherman

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