Posts Tagged ‘peerreviewed’

This video shows how to find articles from peer-reviewed journals and explains how to determine if a journal is peer-reviewed.

The Libraries introduced a new version of the Scout search application in August 2011. Some of the information in this video has changed, and we’re working to update it. Please ask a librarian if you need help.
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Professor Gencay started the secrets of writing articles in English for peer-reviewed economic journals with our students.
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So you need to find peer-reviewed articles for your research assignment, but you’re not sure what that means… This video will explain the peer-review process and teach you how to determine whether an article is peer-reviewed.
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This tutorial explains what scholarly and peer-reviewed articles and journals are, and why you want to use them in your research paper or presentation.

Need to find some primary research? Need it to also be peer-reviewed and academic? Check out this video!

Would you like to read the full articles I mention? You can read them with your CWI login at:
http://tinyurl.com/m6r7bys
and
http://tinyurl.com/kqjwwzj

Abstract of mentioned article:

“Fermentation of sugared tea with a symbiotic culture of acetic acid bacteria and yeast (tea fungus) yields kombucha tea which is consumed worldwide for its refreshing and beneficial properties on human health. Important progress has been made in the past decade concerning research findings on kombucha tea and reports claiming that drinking kombucha can prevent various types of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, promote liver functions, and stimulate the immune system. Considering the widespread reports on kombucha, we recognized the need to review and update the research conducted in relation to kombucha tea, its products and tea fungus. Existing reports have suggested that the protective effects of kombucha tea are as good as those of black tea, however, more studies on kombucha tea and its composition are needed before final conclusions can be made.”

A quick guide for researching current biology articles using the SCC Learning Commons databases.