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What is the difference between a scholarly and peer reviewed article?
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Great question! A scholarly article is any article that is produced by scholars or by experts in their field. A peer-reviewed article is a type of scholarly article that has undergone the peer-review process.
What is peer-review? It is a process by which scholars submit to a review board of their peers in order to publish their work in scholarly articles. Check out this excellent video below to learn more about peer review: