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EOF: Academic Scholars Institute

Guide for the Educational Opportunity Fund programs on the Newark Campus

What are scholarly articles? How will I know?

Scholarly vs. Popular Writng - What is the Difference?
Rutgers libraries take the mystery out of this subject!

Information Cycle (Ray W. Howard Library at Shoreline Community College) (video 3.27 minutes)
How to use your knowledge of the information cycle to choose appropriate sources for your writing assignments.  This excellent short video is very much worth your time!

Research Minutes: How to Identify Scholarly Journal Articles (Cornell University Libraries) 
Learn the characteristics of scholarly journal articles and how to find them--in less than 2 minutes.

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