FAQ

Where can I find databases with peer-reviewed articles?

General, interdisciplinary article databases include:

In-depth, subject-focused article databases may be found on the UC San Diego Library subject guides.

Most databases/subject indexes primarily focus on scholarly articles and books, although you may also find magazine articles and peer-reviewed items with no bibliography. The Ulrich’s Periodical Directory database lists journals and this icon    tells you if it is peer reviewed/refereed.

Use the gold UC-eLinks button to get the pdf or full text if not included in the database. Databases with a Licensed by UCSDicon are restricted to UC San Diego current students, faculty, and staff.

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