How do I determine if an article I found in Ebsco comes from a scholarly, peer-reviewed source?
When viewing the record for an article in Ebsco, find the Source section (it will be below the title and author) and click on the name of the publication the article came from. This will bring up a Publication Details screen. This screen will tell you what type of source the publication is, and whether or not it is peer-reviewed.
When searching for articles, you can remove all articles from the search results that are not from scholarly, peer-reviewed sources by clicking on the box on the left that says Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals.