Q. What is the difference between "scholarly" and "peer reviewed"?


A peer-reviewed article is academic writing (such as an article or a research proposal) that is carefully assessed by a group of professionals in the same field before it can be published or accepted. Scholarly articles are written by experts in a field and published by an academic press or professional organization. More information can be found at this link.


  • Last Updated Nov 30, 2017
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