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Where can I find peer reviewed articles?

My teacher says we need to use 3-4 peer reviewed articles for our final essay. He said they can be found in the library but I'm having trouble finding any.
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If you go to the library home page, Enter the library, type your search term into the search box (Search All Library Material With One Search), a list of results will come up. On the left side of that page of results in the Limit Search box, click on Scholarly (Peer reviewed) Journals. The list of results will refresh, and you will be left with those articles that were peer reviewed. From there you can read, print out, or email the articles to yourself. If you want to generate a citation (works cited entry) for an article, click on the title (NOT the PDF). On the right of the page that comes up, click on Cite, and you can choose from the list what format your teacher wants, and copy and paste that citation into your paper. 

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