First you have to find an article on your topic. Go to a database (see the Find Articles tab for help) and start searching. If you are having trouble finding what you want, review the Search Strategy and Advanced Search Strategy tabs. If you're still having trouble, contact me or the librarians (contact information on the Home and Stuck tabs).
You hit "peer reviewed" as a filter, but is what you found actually peer reviewed? Let's check.
Now that you know if your article is or is not peer reviewed, you can decide if you want to use it for your project. If you do want to use it, you'll need to cite it.
Now, repeat this as many times as necessary until you have collected all your citations. Again, we are using APA for this example.
You will have something like this to turn in (if you are citing an article and proving it is peer reviewed):
Now you must check the citation you got from the database against the Purdue OWL guide for your citation style (MLA, ALA, or Chicago) – links are in the Citations tab – to ensure correct citations and formatting. Do you see the errors with this APA citation? There are three big ones.
Final product should look something like this (yours will not say SAMPLE):