Find peer-reviewed articles by using the library's catalog. Use the search book below:
Journals consist of articles written by scholars and researchers, reporting in detail on their original research, and "peer reviewed" by other experts before they’re published. Most are published by professional or academic organizations, for specialists in that field.
Journals are published regularly, like magazines, but most magazine articles provide more basic information, and are written for the average person.
Find scholarly articles by using the following databases:
Access to full-text articles will be indicated by html and PDF icons within each bibliographic citation when you use the library databases.
When you see by the bibliographic citation, click on it. Next you will either see the link to the full-text article, or you will see the message below:
Click on "Request this item through interlibrary loan." Use your VMI username and password.
If you have problems accessing full-text articles or requesting an interlibrary loan, see a Research and Instruction Librarian.