Many but not all articles from scholarly journals are peer-reviewed. Peer-reviewed means that articles have been reviewed by 'peers' (or researchers in the same area as) the author(s).
Search AUT Google Scholar for articles published in scholarly journals along with other scholarly sources. AUT articlelinker will connect you to full text articles available through the Library.
Library Search can be set to search only for resources available through AUT Library.
Use the Catalogue to search for ejournal titles and navigate to online articles by year, volume and issue number.
For article databases specific to your subject area, look for Information on your subject. Subject-specific databases and multi-disciplinary databases have special tools to help you find articles on your topic. Some subject-specific databases provide a tick box to see only "Scholarly journals" or "Academic journals".
An effective search involves:
Most search systems use:
Many Library databases also offer:
If AUT Library doesn't have an article you need, it is likely to be available through our networks of other libraries worldwide.
If you have discovered the article by searching in Library Search, click on the ArticleReach button above the Library Search search box. Search again and request from another Library.
Otherwise you can go straight to ArticleReach.