Answered By: Colleen Bryant Last Updated: Nov 10, 2016 Views: 549
Peer reviewed articles are written by recognized experts, show attention to detail, often include footnotes or bibliographies, identifying the source of material. “Refereed” means that the article was evaluated and either accepted or rejected by a scholarly editorial board or panel of experts before publication. Use the e-resource Ulrichsweb: Global Serials Directory. When you retrieve information for each title, check the 11th item "Refereed." If it says "yes," the journal is peer-reviewed.