Different types of journals and magazines present different levels of academic scholarship and expertise and knowing what type you are examining allows you to more effectively evaluate the information contained within. is a great way for students and researchers to determine if a journal is scholarly and refereed/peer reviewed. See the legend pictured for the symbol (a referee’s shirt) used to denote Refereed journals. Look for this symbol when searching Ulrichs.

Sample of an Ulrichs search screen. is the authoritative source of detailed information on more than 290,000 periodicals of all types — academic and scholarly journals, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more from around the world. provides information on active, forthcoming, ceased, and suspended titles in more than 900 different subject areas. Bibliographic records provide title-level details such as ISSN, publisher, electronic format availability, language, abstracting & indexing coverage, and full-text reviews — plus tables of contents. Access Ulrichsweb via the Library’s Databases page or here.

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