The A to Z Journal List should be consulted whenever you have been given a journal citation and you want to determine if the Evans Library can provide you with the full-text of the article the citation represents.
It is also the place you should check before submitting an interlibrary loan request for a periodical article.
In physics and space sciences, peer-reviewed journals represent the highest quality information that can be consulted to advance your research. Peer-reviewed journal articles are the primary method for publishing new information in science, including biology. Sometimes peer-reviewed is called refereed and sometimes scholarly journals.
How is a journal designated as peer-reviewed? What is the process by which a journal and its articles become labelled as peer-reviewed? The link below leads to a good description of how the information found in peer-reviewed journals is selected and how you can identify a peer-reviewed article:
Peer Reviewed Journals (University of Texas)
To test whether a journal is designated as peer-reviewed (or refereed) use Ulrichsweb. Find the Ulrichsweb database in the Evans Library Databases/Indexes list at http://lib.fit.edu or use the link below:
You can also use the link to Ulrichsweb in the box to the left.