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Reading Journal Articles

Aim

Students are often find accessing and using journal articles daunting when entering an undergraduate programme.  

This session will look at the elements that make up peer reviewed journal articles in order for students to feel more comfortable and empowered to read and evaluate them within their studies.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the session students will:

  • Understand what a peer reviewed journal is

  • Find a peer reviewed journal article using Summon

  • Understand the different parts that make up a journal article

  • Evaluate articles for relevance and quality

 


 

Related LibGuide: Workshop: Harvard Referencing by Aaron Burrell

Date:
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Time:
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location:
L107
Campus:
University of Suffolk Ipswich
Categories:
Referencing
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Workshop Facilitator

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Craig Martin

Academic Liaison Librarian

School of Psychology & Education
School of Law and Social Sciences
Suffolk Business School
School of Science, Engineering and Technology (Engineering and Technology only)

@craiguos

 

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