The second is to verify that what I am looking at when I am browsing not only makes sense as it pertains to the subject I am researching but is also actually scholarly. There are several techniques in the article “Distinguishing Scholarly from Non-
Scholarly Periodicals: A Checklist of Criteria: Introduction and Definitions” for identifying whether what you are looking at is scholarly (Cornell.edu, 2019). One resource that I was not aware of until this week is the CARP method in evaluating resources. Not every link you click on takes you to the best information given by the most qualified people. It is up to the writer doing the research to quantify just how appropriate the information they are reviewing is and how dependable it is as well. Checking for credentials, accuracy, relevance, and purpose while reading research can help you weed out material that is not appropriate for your research (Walden University, n.d.). Resources Foundations - Library Resources: Identifying & Evaluating Online Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved April 30, 2019, from LibGuides: Distinguishing Scholarly from Non-Scholarly Periodicals: A Checklist of Criteria: Introduction and Definitions. (n.d.). Retrieved April 30, 2019, from
Week 5 | Part 5: Professional Development I have developed a curriculum vitae to capture my academic and professional accomplishments to date. I have also developed a statement identifying one or more professional development goals, and a statement proposing how I might align one or more of these professional development goals with the University’s emphasis on social change. The results of my efforts are below. Directions: Complete Step 1 by developing (or copying and pasting) a curriculum vitae (CV) in the space provided. Complete Step 2 by clearly identifying and accurately stating in detail your professional development goals. Complete Step 3 by clearly and accurately stating in detail how to accurately and appropriately align one or more of your professional development goals with the University’s emphasis on social change. Remember to include an introduction paragraph which contains a clear and comprehensive purpose statement which delineates all required criteria, and end the assignment Part with a conclusion paragraph.
Step 1: Curriculum Vitae (CV) Use the space below to create a fully developed and accurate curriculum vitae (CV) based on your current education and professional background. Alternatively, you may write this in a separate document and copy/paste the results below. NOTE: If needed there are a variety of online resources available with tips and samples of graduate nurse CVs. Step One C.V.
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