You have been asked to write a report, and your lecturer has told you to include peer-reviewed articles from scholarly journals.
How can you tell if the journal contains peer-reviewed articles?
Peer-reviewed journals have statements or instructions to authors which are usually found in the first few pages, or at the back of the journal.
Some of the library's databases such as EBSCO Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre (ANZRC) allow you to limit your search results to peer-reviewed journals only. This is shown below. (Login is required to access the database)
In the Basic Search screen select "Peer Reviewed" as one of your limiters.
In the Results Screen you will see that the results come from Academic Journals.
Need a visual? Watch this quick video from the North Carolina State University Libraries on Peer Review: