EDUC 860 Quiz Locating
EDUC 860 Quiz: Locating and Identifying Scholarly Sources
- The Internet is the fastest and most effective way to locate scholarly sources.
- Scholarly peer-reviewed works should be included in a literature review and many of them should be current literature that was published within the last five years.
- Secondary sources are works or publications in which the author or authors review educational practices and programs, or research studies, conducted by others and should make up the majority of your literature review.
- Dissertations are not considered peer-reviewed scholarly sources and should probably not be cited in your literature review.
- When searching for scholarly sources, which of the following items should you look for?
- According to the American Psychological Association (2020), the _______________ is when a potential journal article manuscript is reviewed and evaluated by the authors’ peers in the scientific community based on the quality and potential contribution of each article.
- Which of the following is considered a scholarly source?
- Which of the following are sources of scholarly journal articles?
- Empirical research is a type of research methodology that uses verifiable evidence to draw conclusions and it relies on evidence obtained through
- When searching for articles relevant to your topic, it is best to