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This overview to key topics & resources for the CIPS concentration in the Master of Information program at the iSchool, University of Toronto gives an introduction to this area, and may be helpful for those who are considering studies in this field.
Do topic searches in database(s) that cover your area of interest.
Look at your search results to see which journals the articles on your topic are coming from.
The more you search on your topic, the more you will become knowledgeable about journals that cover that topic.
Use Ulrichsweb (huge directory of periodicals world-wide) to find out what journals exist in a subject area
Finding a specific journal in the catalogue
Type the title in quotation marks and chose JOURNAL TITLE as the search mode.
Is this journal peer-reviewed?
Use Ulrichsweb to see if a journal is peer-reviewed.
The image of a referee shirt indicates peer-review (also known as 'refereed') status.