Many academic coursework requires the usage of peer-reviewed journal articles.
Peer-reviewed means those scientific articles have been reviewed by a board of scientists/scholars/experts before publication.
If you're searching in One-Search box, select "Peer-Review" and "Journal Articles" from the left side bar of the result page. It can refine your search to peer-reviewed journal articles only.
When you find a journal article from our library catalog via One-Search, simply click the full-text link in the result page. It will lead you to the article page where you can read/download the full-text.
In some cases, however, full-text is not provided directly. You probably will see this buttonClick this button to let our system check the full-text availability in other databases.
If no full-text can be found, please request the article via Interlibrary Loan. We'll locate it from other libraries.