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COMM 3313: Newsgathering and Investigation: Scholarly vs. Popular Sources

Your library and research guide to COMM 3313: Newsgathering and Investigation.

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Peer Review in Three Minutes

Video Attribution:

Burke, Anne, et al. (2014). North Carolina State University Libraries. Retrieved from: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/tutorials/peerreview/

Popular vs. Scholarly Sources

Video Attribution:

Popular vs. Scholarly Sources by Hartness Library. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlw6PuR8oBk

What would you say is the difference between scholarly and non-scholarly articles?

What are the benefits of the peer-reviewed process?

What can be some of the downsides of the peer-reviewed process?

How can you find peer-reviewed articles?

Anatomy of a Scholarly Article

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