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2 Evaluating Journal Articles Initially, my preference was for Graduate Students' Experiences and Attitudes Toward Using E- Books for College-Level Courses by Alhammad and Yu Ku (2016). This was in large part due to applicability of where I was an undergraduate brick and martyr and transition to graduate 100% electronic/online courses; it was relatable merely by title and concentration. As the course progressed combined with comparative analysis transformed my opinion to support Mizarachi’s Undergraduates’ academic information and library behaviors: preliminary results . The following paragraphs will disclose data and reasons for the change. Supporting Ideas A major determinant included the methodology utilized and presentation of data. Since e-texts are relatively new idea, it was most fitting to implement descriptive analysis to develop the study. Descriptive analysis/theory is a basic form of philosophies (Ullrich, 2008); classifying
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