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Student Resources: Evaluating Resources

Publication Formats

Distinguishing Popular from Scholarly Periodicals

Peer Review Periodicals

Evaluating Web Resources

Primary vs. Secondary Sources

Research in all of the disciplines - whether in the arts, humanities, social sciences, or sciences - will require the ability to distinguish between primary and secondary sources of information and material

 

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