You are required to post at least 100 total words in this forum this week. You can post one time or ten times; the only requirements are you post at least 100 words total and you engage in conversation related to course. Ask questions, answer questions, provide extra resources you found that are interesting, or engage in a debate about something you learned this week.Provide a full explanation of the issues you discuss in your posts. For example, if you write that you had difficulty finding sources for your annotated bibliography, explain where in the process you had difficulty.Was it thinking of search terms? Did your search locate too many sources that were not relevant to your topic? Did your search return too few results? Did you have difficulty finding credible sources?Discussion:If you haven’t watched the video “How to Reach a Scholarly Article” found under our Week 3 resources, I highly recommend it. It breaks down the anatomy of a scholarly article and explains what the purpose is for each section. The video also shows you the recommendedorder in which you should read scholarly articles. It helped me tremendously! While I don’t anticipate myself reading scholarly articles for anything other than school, I do believe I’ll have to do research on many things moving forward in life. Understanding what a credible source is will help me navigate the content I read and know which is to be trusted as fact and what is more of an opinion.
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