Answered By: Professor Janet Ward, MLIS
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2016     Views: 55

In order to search for peer reviewed articles on your topic go to our library website ( and click on the link Research Databases. Our library research databases are where you would go to find peer reviewed (or scholarly articles) as well as articles from newspapers and magazines.

For your topic, you will need to search our Business Databases such as Business Source Complete, ProQuest ABI/Inform or Business Insights Essentials. You may go to our Subject Categories link and click on Business to access these databases or you can use the A-Z list. If you are trying to access the databases from off campus, you will be prompted to log in using your Limestone email username and password first.

Once you are in the database, check the Full Text and peer reviewed (sometimes called Scholarly or Academic) boxes. This will ensure that all the articles in your search results will be complete (you can read or print the whole article) and that the articles are peer reviewed.

You may also want to go to our library guides for Business for additional resources.