Want to know more about the differences between magazines and peer-reviewed journals? Consult this web page created by the BGSU Libraries:
If you already have a journal citation from an existing bibliography or some other source, use this tool to see if you can find the article online or in print:
Browse individual titles to explore current topics in higher education.
Search for topics in an individual title by clicking on the name of the journal and looking for the appropriate search box for the topic. Use this approach only when you're searching for a topic in a specific journal. Do not use this approach if you're searching in general for a particular topic.
You may be asked to find articles in peer-reviewed (or refereed) journals. You can search these titles individually, or you can look for articles in these journals when you're conducting searches in the research databases. Click on the articles tab to access the research databases.
If you are using these journals off-campus, you may need to authenticate with your BGSU email username and password.
While some of these publications are newsletters or magazines, other publications in this box are academic journals that have not undergone the peer review process. In general, these publications are aimed at practitioners and are not research oriented. If you are using them off-campus, you may need to authenticate with your email username and password.