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Today’s Objectives l Learn how to locate credible sources. l Learn what it means to write with a scholarly voice. l Understand the mechanics of writing for low literacy and low health literacy.
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Establishing Credible Sources l Recommended Databases – see handout l Scholarly Journals –see handout l Peer Reviewed ¡ Several other experts in the field review the article and check for reliability l Original Research
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Scholarly Writing: l Purpose ¡ Informing the reader l Telling them what we think they should know ¡ Persuading l Them to take some sort of action based on the info that we give them l What is the take home message? “soccer is safe” l What do they really need to know? “investigate
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Scholarly Writing l Audience ¡ Age, sex, ethnicity, income, educational level ¡ ¡ Barriers to Change ¡ Effective motivators (benefits of change, fear of consequences, incentives or social support) l Can learn from ¡ Pretesting material with current population
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course MOV 495 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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