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Scholarly Sources Integration Kit

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Understanding the peer-review process is a more advanced topic than understanding the basics of scholarly sources. If you are requiring your students to use peer-reviewed sources specifically, please consider:

  • Do your students already have a good understanding of scholarly sources?
  • What additional instruction, scaffolding, or support will you provide to help them understand the concept of peer-review?
  • How will you articulate to students your purpose for requiring peer-reviewed sources rather than the broader universe of scholarly sources (ex. a need to cite original research, disciplinary conventions, etc.)?

A librarian can help you with instruction on this topic. Please contact us at any time.

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