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Web and Mobile Application Programming: Find Articles and eJournals

Find Newspaper and Magazine Articles

Find the right keywords

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Good Starting Points for Information Technology Research

Use these databases to find citations (and sometimes full text) to articles and other materials. These are specialized databases for technology related resources.

More IT-related Databases

CSS E-Journals

Is my journal article peer reviewed or refereed?

To discover if your article is peer reviewed, first search for your journal title (NOT article title) below, in Ulrichsweb

If you see a little referee shirt icon - Refereed icon - or the journal's record indicates it is refereed, it's likely (but not guaranteed) your article has been peer reviewed.

Most articles published in peer reviewed journals are peer reviewed, with a few exceptions. Book reviews, editorials, and letters to the editor are not peer reviewed. 

If you are unsure about whether something you've found is peer reviewed, ask your librarian!