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All about Scholarly Sources

You need them. The library has them. [Collection of brief video tutorials developed by other university libraries]
by Nancy Bellafante on 29 April 2014

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Transcript of All about Scholarly Sources

You need them.
The library has them.
Scholarly Sources
Peer Review
original research
empirical evidence
What are they & Why use them?
Characteristics
Warning: Some puppet violence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
original research
empirical evidence
study
analysis
study
okay,
little one. Lesson #1
how can I tell if something is a scholarly source?
this will help me get an A, right?
Lesson 2!
how do we know scholarly sources are so credible?
Oh, you are a smart one, froggie!
Read with purpose
Found one!
Do you like hopscotch?
Lesson 4!
Now...how do I make sense of it?
Lesson 3...
Bye.
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