Peer review is the process by which academic writing (such as an article or a research proposal) is assessed by a group of professionals in the same field before it can be published or accepted.
View the accompanying video to learn how to find peer-reviewed journal articles in these databases.
Because many Library and Learning Commons (LLC) resources are restricted to current FSCJ students, faculty, and staff, FSCJ requires all users to "login" to myFSCJ to gain access to online Library resources.
The library has transitioned to OpenAthens as our authentication service for our electronic resources. Please review this infographic for more information and FAQs!
Helpful Login Videos
myFSCJ & Library Account Access
You can access the library electronic resources directly from Google or Google Scholar. Once you find an article:
Login screens through Google will be resource specific. Look for sign in or login links, usually at the top. It might also ask you to select your Federation (OpenAthens).
Here are some examples: