Look to the left of the title and, if you find the icon of a referee shirt, it means that the journal is peer-reviewed or refereed. The website of the journal's publisher should indicate if articles go through a peer review process. See the instructions page for authors for this information. If information about the journal isn't available in a database, you may need to search for information about the journal elsewhere online. One of the best places to look online for confirmation of whether a journal has been peer-reviewed or not is on the publisher's website.
In either case, be sure to evaluate any web resource you use to search for a magazine to ensure that the information you find is accurate. These can be useful if you want to determine if a journal is academic, even if it hasn't been peer-reviewed. This will help you a lot in finding peer-reviewed journals, but it can be imperfect, so you should always evaluate the articles you find to make sure they are considered academic. These can be useful if you want to determine if a journal is academic, even if it hasn't been peer-reviewed (all peer-reviewed journals are academic, but not all academic journals are peer-reviewed).
Academic articles are those that are reviewed by several experts in their related fields and then published in academic journals. Some of the library's databases allow users to limit search results to articles that are published in peer-reviewed journals. The main purpose of academic journals is to represent and disseminate research and academic debates between academics (professors, researchers, students) within and between different academic disciplines.