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Academic Search Premier is the library's most popular database because it includes multi-disciplinary coverage,full-text access to journal articles and other scholarly materials not typically available through web searches.
A collection of core scholarly journals in arts, humanities, general science and social sciences dating back to the late 17th century (journals are always included from volume 1, issue 1 up to 1-5 years ago). JSTOR is great for historical research but not for current research.
Limit to peer-reviewed journals in Academic Search Premier by checking the box in the left sidebar
Most journals in JSTOR are peer-reviewed, but if you have any doubt, try looking up the journal title in the library's Journal Finder.
Use the Cite button in the databases to generate an MLA citation, but it's up to you to make sure that it's crafted correctly -- Purdue OWL's MLA guide can help.