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On the left hand side of the catalogue, there are options to refine your search. You can choose to refine your result to full text online, or peer reviewed, or enter a date range to find recent information. You can also refine by format to find particular resource types.
A scholarly source, or academic source, is written by a qualified author who is an expert in their field. They are usually published in books or journals, rather than on websites. A scholarly source will likely have a reference list or bibliography at the end of it.
For more information, read the Finding peer reviewed journal articles guide.
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