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Literature Reviews

This guide provides detailed information about conducting a literature review.

Peer-reviewed Scholarly Journals

Instructors will recommend you use scholarly journals because they are peer-reviewed. Peer-reviewed means other experts in the field have reviewed the article before publication in the journal.

You can find scholarly/peer-reviewed journals by searching the library's databases such as CINAHL, Ovid, PubMed, and Scopus. If you are looking for a specific journal you can search the Rush University Library's e-journal list.

 

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