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Reading Scholarly Articles

tips and "how to" for reading scholarly articles
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Christy Curtis

on 2 August 2011

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Transcript of Reading Scholarly Articles

before you read... pre-read first, scan the abstract the abstract is the author's summary of the article next, read the introduction the introduction is a preview of the article (like a movie trailer) then, read the conclusion the conclusion is usually at the very end of the article and describes the author's findings have a conversation with the article try reading the difficult parts outloud read with a pen in your hand mark up interesting points, odd words, key concepts question the author if you decide to use the article in your research, you'll want to read the whole thing some tips you might need a dictionary scholarly articles are written by experts so they can be long and hard to read anytime you need help finding scholarly articles, ask a librarian
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