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The following video explains the difference between scholarly and popular materials.
Carnegie Vincent Library. (2013, March 22). Scholarly and Popular. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/tN8S4CbzGXU
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The following video explains how to read a scholarly article.
Western University Libraries. (2012, April 26). How to Read a Scholarly Article. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/3SmOq6gENPM
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When writing papers, it's important that you cite your sources and format your paper correctly. Check out the following websites for format and citation help:
Worried about doing research? Not sure how to write your paper? Don't worry--there's lots of help available. If you need assistance searching for articles, speak with a librarian at the Health Sciences Library. If you need assistance writing your paper, stop by the Individualized Learning Center (ILC).
The following video answers the question:
"What's a library database?"
RMIT University. (2012, August 13). What's a Library Database? Retrieved from https://youtu.be/KKIbnNLCh8g
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