When searching for articles to use in your research, keep in mind that not all articles are scholarly, peer reviewed sources. Magazines such as Sports Illustrated can be good sources of information on topics related to popular culture and current events; however, be aware that articles in magazines are authored by journalists rather than academics, and thus may not be appropriate for research papers.
To determine whether or not an article is peer reviewed, search the title of the journal in which it is published in Ulrichsweb. Peer reviewed journals will have the black "refereed" symbol () displayed next to them.
For more help with identifying reliable, scholarly sources of information, visit our Evaluating Sources guide.