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Scholarly Articles: What they are, where to find them and how to read them: How do I read a scholarly article?

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How can I tell if my article is scholarly or peer-reviewed?

Strategies for reading a scholarly article

Scholarly articles can be overwhelming - they are long, they use discipline-specific language that's difficult to understand and, let's face it, they're often boring!

Take a deep breath.  You CAN read and understand these articles.  Use these videos to help you develop a strategy for tackiling these articles.  Here's a hint:  they aren't necessarily meant to be read from start to finish!

Read Scholarly Articles Strategically

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