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HIST 2600 Ohio History: Databases

Scholarly Sources

What is a scholarly source?

A scholarly source is material written by an expert or experts (scholarly articles will often have multiple authors) in a given discipline. If a journal is peer reviewed, that means scholars in the same discipline reviewed the material and made comments or suggested edits before it could be published; this process ensures that the information is more credible than a website found on Google or a posting on Instagram. 

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