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How is the distinction made between source types “Academic Journals” and “Periodicals in Quick Search?”

In Quick Search, Academic Journals reflect peer-reviewed articles whereas Periodicals reflect all articles (peer-reviewed or not).  (6/28/2010)


This page last reviewed by Carl Nelson on 07/21/2011.


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