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MMW 13: New Ideas and Cultural Encounters: Peer Review Process

Peer Review Process

Peer Review Process Infogrpahic
Diagram the depicts the peer review process as a linear timeline with many stages.

How to tell if a source is peer-reviewed

Use a database and its limits/filters Google the source/publication title Check a directory 
Most databases have a “peer- reviewed” or “refereed” limiter that you can check while searching Check the journal’s description in “journal information” or “about this journal” to see if it is peer-reviewed/refereed The Ulrich’s Periodical Directory database lists journals and this icon    tells you if it is peer-reviewed/refereed