Scholarly and Scientific Literature 21808

Scholarly and - summary should be brief The analysis is about significance role played in development of science diction language 3 to 4 sentences

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Scholarly and Scientific Literature 2/18/08 The paragraph about what the article is about should be 2 to 3 sentences. Taking notes about sources by writing brief summary and evaluation. This is a cross-referencing system – in the bibliography of sources on any Wikipedia page those indicate that the material is used in the text somewhere. If the reader comes upon the source (where the information is used) they can go to the references and access the sources themselves. In a digital format we are able to embed a link with a citation. The 15 sources should be scholarly and scientific texts. Scientific papers are the way that scientists get their word out, get funding, get recognized, etc. For this component popular sources should not be used. Look at what scholars have published about the science. It has to be discipline specific to the science. Scientific literature is meant for a discipline specific community. The 15 sources should be from pubmed, etc. (scholarly sources). The
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Unformatted text preview: summary should be brief. The analysis is about significance, role played in development of science, diction, language, 3 to 4 sentences. The analysis is what you notice about the way the article was written. It’s difficult to get through scientific literature because you have to manage the jargon. You can read the abstract and get the jist of the article. In some cases you will only be able to locate the abstract. You can’t look for a linear research between an article and the topic you’re asking about. You need to look for the clues and need to look beyond the topic and look for stuff that talks about the topic. You’re looking for the foundation texts leading to the scientific progress. The second source gets superscript number 2 and each time it is used it will get a number 2....
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course ENG 107 taught by Professor Nobleman during the Spring '08 term at University of Miami.

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