Miller Minute: How to Find a Peer-Reviewed Article

Do you know how to find a peer-reviewed article in the library? In this Miller Minute Jamie Tiemeyer tells you how to search for and retrieve a article from the database Academic OneFile.

The simplest way to find a article is by typing your query into the articles search box at By default, this will perform what is called a ‘keyword’ search. Once you find a article you would like, click on the title then select ‘full-text PDF.’ Your article can be printed directly from the web, or loaded as a PDF to save for later.

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About Eric

Eric Bradley is a academic librarian. He does not moonlight as a Mixed Martial Arts fighter or Los Angeles studio singer, although may be seen playing French Horn in a community band or adding another tune book to his hymnal collection.
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