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Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
Lesson 5: Reading for Research
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Lesson 5: Reading for Research

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  • 1. Lesson 5: The Scholarly Journal Article
  • 2.  How to  APPROACH,  EVALUATE ,and  READ a Scholarly Journal Article
  • 3.  You won’t have time to read everything all the way through.  Get to know the material without reading it all  BOOKS  ARTICLES  Analytical reading
  • 4. #1 - Find an ABSTRACT #2 –Watch for “MAIN IDEAS” #3 – Check out the CONCLUSION #4 – Look at the REFERENCES
  • 5. that will help you apply the CRAAPTest
  • 6.  Available online in MANY of our databases  You will learn how to use:  ProQuest Central  Ebsco – Academic Search Elite  Google Scholar  to FIND these kinds of articles
  • 7. 1. CITATION 2. ABSTRACT 3. FULLTEXT
  • 8.  Citation  Abstract  Conclusion  Main Ideas  References
  • 9. Author Bio Authority Publication Date Currency References Currency Accuracy CRAAP Criteria
  • 10. Often at bottom of first page of article.
  • 11. In the article itself
  • 12. • ALL research/analysis articles in scholarly journals will have references – the sources used • Typically appear at end of article

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