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Is your source credible? Is it a journal or magazine? Learn how to determine the credibility of your sources.
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Welcome to the library guide on evaluating sources!  

This guide is intended to help distinguish between a journal and a magazine, identify scholarly and peer-reviewed articles, and determine if your sources are credible.

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