Many articles are available full text in the library's databases. If you do not see the HTML or PDF full-text document, select the "Find It" link, which searches whether the library has a print copy of the article, or if the article is full text in another library database. If the article is not available through "Find It", then submit an Interlibrary Loan request.
Use Cabell's Directory or visit the journal's website if you need to know whether a specific journal is peer-reviewed. If you are not interested in locating a particular peer-reviewed journal but simply want peer-reviewed articles, then use a database and limit your results to "peer-reviewed". Be aware that not all items in a peer-reviewed journal are actually peer-reviewed (e.g., editorials). You can locate Cabell's and other databases by selecting the articles and databases tab above.