Matchthe periodical type to its definition
A.Schorlarly- Alsoknown as a journal, this periodical tends to be plain looking and itsarticles are evaluated by the peer review process.
A.Schorlarly- Articlesare written by experts and intended for readers in a specific fieldor discipline.
B.Popular- Alsoknown as a magazine, this periodical tends to have a flashy,eye-catching cover, includes ads, and is edited by a copy editor oreditorial staff.
B.Popular- Articlesare usually written by journalists for a general audience.
Whichof the following criteria describes a schorlarly article?
D.-Anarticle written by an expert whose credentials are provided in thetext
-Anarticle written by an expert whose credentials are provided in thetext
Althoughyou should always check the author’s bibliography or sources citedpage, this information is not necessary to have in a scholarlypublication.
Theexample publication in the video gives suggestions of what to lookfor when identifying a scholarly article. Which example would not befound in a scholarly article?
C.Glossy advertisements and photographs to catch the reader`s eye.
Tradeor professional publications are always peer reviewed and should beused as a number-one priority when doing research.
Whichof these citations (real…obviously) describes an article that ismost likely to be scholarly? Hint: looking at the name of thepublication is a good place to start.
A.Higgins, Albert M. “Classification of objects falling from thenight sky in the northern hemisphere.” Journal of MeteorologicalDebris 25:3 (2008): 42-63. Print.
Google,Bing and Yahoo only give free access to what companies andindividuals have made available to the public. Unlimited access isgreat for shopping or finding movie times, but often, access toreliable information is restricted to paying customers (for example,database subscribers).
Whichof the following statements describe library databases? Choose allthat apply.
-saveyou time with efficient searching.
-deliverhigh-quality information and content.
-providelibrary patrons free access to articles, books, movies, images, soundrecordings, periodicals, primary sources, and other materials.
-arepowerful search tools.
Aperson must present credentials before being allowed to create awebsite. A regulatory system polices the internet to ensure thatfalse information is not available to internet users.
Searchengines generate millions of results and only give you a few optionsto narrow them down, so it’s often difficult to find the exactinformation you’re looking for.
Unlikepopular search engines, all databases focus on only one or twospecific subjects or topics.
Themost effective way to improve your search results is to:
C.Add as many keywords related to your topic as you can think of.
Choosethe words that would be yielded in this truncated search: cell*
Matchthe terms to words that would be included in a wildcard search.
Matchthe Boolean logic terms with their definitions
AND-combine terms so that each search result contained all your terms
OR-looks for any of your terms so that each search result containsatleast one of your terms.
NOT-looks for the first terms, but excludes others after the operator.
Letssay you want to search for either of the following terms in anarticle. Fill in the Boolean logic term that would allow that.Evolution _ Natural Selection
Alldatabases provide completely reliable and correct citations in allmajor styles for you to copy+paste into your paper.
Databasesearches return which of the following types of information:
Peer Reviewed/Scholarly articles