For this weeks discussion, you ar required to find an international peer reviewed journal article and reflect on how you determined the article was peer reviewed. This guide will walk you through the process of locating an international peer-reviewed article.
To learn more about peer-review and how how to determine if an article is peer reviewed, please review he following guide:
A persistent link is a permanent URL to a specific journal or article within a database like ProQuest or EBSCO. Database vendors may have their own persistent link system or they may use the DOI link system and OpenURL.
A persistent link allows you to access a specific journal or article without having to search for it again. Persistent links for Walden Library databases will require your Walden user name and password.
Some other names you might see are:
Do not assume that the URL in the browser address bar is a permanent link. That URL may:
Every database is different in how they provide persistent links, and some do not. Below are examples from two of our main databases. If you have questions about other databases, please contact the Library.
In EBSCO databases follow these steps.
Follow these steps to find the persistent link in ProQuest databases