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InfoSkills3: Evaluating Resources

Scholarly or not

Not all articles in a peer-reviewd journal are scholarly articles. There are also feature articles, editorials, columns, letters to the editor and other types of articles as well.

Want to try your luck at spotting the difference between a scholarly research article and other types of articles you might find in a peer-reviewed journal?

Click on the link below to take the "Scholarly or Not" tutorial, and test yourself.

Popular or scholarly?

Can you spot the difference between a Scholarly, peer-reviewed journal and a popular journal?

Try the quiz below to see if you can spot the quality sources from the entertainment.

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