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Why do articles appear as Peer-Reviewed?

Applies to
  • WorldCat Discovery

The Peer Review tag is generated at the journal level based on the metadata providers send us for the WorldCat knowledge base. Because of this, all articles under a journal will surface with this tag even if not all of them are peer reviewed.

If you feel a journal should be marked, or unmarked, as peer-reviewed, please contact  OCLC Support  and provide the following:

  1. The title of the journal title
  2. The ISSN of the journal
Page ID