Recognize the structure of scholarly articles in order to use them most effectively in your research projects. With Tim Lockman, Kishwaukee College librarian.

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20 COMMENTS

  1. Perfect explanation that was summarized clearly and briefly. Just what I needed as a refresher. Detailed without being too long and overwhelming. I learned some hidden secrets as well. Great job!

  2. Great explanation! I would add that references have another role in addition to providing context and directions for further reading. They are critical in supporting any idea that the author uses as a premise for their research question, design and data interpretation.

  3. This right up there with my Crock Pot as it is provides EXTREMELY helpful, efficient strategies for a doctoral student who works full time and who happens to be a single parent.  I will share this video with my cohort!

  4. Thanks for this–it is clear and the graphics help the viewer to follow along. I am going to direct my Health Education students to this page to help with reading academic articles for their Senior Projects.

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