It means that the information presented was reviewed by other people who used it on the Internet.
It means that the information presented was reviewed and suggested by my professor.
It means that the information presented was proofread and checked by an editor.
It means that the information presented was reviewed for accuracy and authority by other experts in the same field.
An abstract is great because I can cite it in my bibliography and then I don't have to read the whole article.
An abstract is great because it lets me know what an article is about.
An abstract is great because it helps me figure out if an article supports my research.
An abstract is great because I can tell quickly if an article is peer reviewed.
Academic journals are written for specific audiences in professional or academic fields.
Periodicals are written for general audiences.
Academic journals are edited and vetted by experts in the field for which they are written.
Both periodicals and academic journals might be embargoed for up to 12 months in a database.
Limiters are too confusing to use.
Limiters help control the number of articles that I will have to preview for my research.
Limiters are boring. All search boxes are like Google.