What is are scholarly (or peer-reviewed) articles, and how can they be found at SOU?
Scholarly articles are published in scholarly journals, usually by experts, after scrutiny and comment by "peers" (usually other experts in the field of study). Peer-reviewed articles are written for an informed, usually academic audience. Scholarly articles look different from popular literature such as news or hobby articles from print or online media. For more information about how to recognize peer-reviewed articles, click here
. SOU Hannon Library has subscriptions to print scholarly journals and provides access to thousands of online peer-reviewed articles from journals online. There are three EBSCO databases that cover topics studied by the Green House.