As you search for scholarly articles, you may come across terms such as "literature review" or "systematic review." These are a type of scholarly research. Use the tabs on the this guide to understand what they are and why they are important to your research.
You may also hear the word "grey literature." This is information that is not scholarly or peer-reviewed, but it is still credible and contains value to your research. You will likely use grey literature in the form of government documents and theses/dissertations. Read more about grey literature using the tab on this guide.