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ENG 1A - Generations in the Workplace: Scholarly Journals vs. Popular Magazines

Resources for researching inter-generational issues in the workplace. Guide based on orientations by Cheryl Warren, Charlotte Bagby, and Angela Amaya.

Peer Review Explained

Peer review is the process of submitting drafts of articles for critical assessment by experts in the field or discipline before articles are accepted for publication in scholarly journals.  The peer review process helps ensure the quality and clarity of information that is published in that field.

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Learn to Distinguish Periodical Types

Scholarly Journals and Popular Magazines: What are the Differences?

Includes examples of each type, including instructions on how to limit database searches to "peer reviewed" or "scholarly journals" and links to additional resources.

Academic Journals and Magazines Compared

What is a Scholarly Article?

"What is a Scholarly Article?"

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