Many articles are available full-text in the library's databases. If an article is not full-text, then 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. Alternatively, you can submit an interlibrary loan when the article is not available through other means.
Peer-reviewed journal articles?
If you want to know whether a specific journal title is peer-reviewed, use Cabell's Directory or visit the journal's website online. If you are not interested in any particular journal title but simply want peer-reviewed articles, then use a database and limit your results to "peer-reviewed". Be aware, however, that not all items in a peer-reviewed journal are actually peer-reviewed (i.e. editorials). You can locate Cabell's and other databases by selecting the articles and databases tab above.