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Library Orientation Angela Hamilton [email protected] 416-736-2100 x33927 102K Steacie Library
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What can you find using the library catalogue? a) Books b) Journals c) eResources d) DVDs e) All of the above
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What can you find using the library catalogue? a) Books b) Journals c) eResources d) Encyclopedias a) All of the above
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What is a journal?
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What is a journal? - Scholarly publication where academics publish about their and other’s research - May include Primary and Secondary articles, editorials, conference proceedings, etc.
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What is a peer reviewed (aka refereed) article?
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What is a peer reviewed (aka refereed) article? - An article published in a journal that has other academics review articles before publishing them - Do not confused with Scholarly. Articles may be scholarly but not peer reviewed
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Are all journals Peer Reviewed?
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Are all journals Peer Reviewed? No, many journals are not peer reviewed Use tools such as Ulrich’s Periodical Database to determine if any article is peer reviewed.
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Are all articles published in journals primary articles?
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