- Academic Search Complete
Scholarly journals, magazines, & newspapers
- America: History & Life with Full Text
Includes journal and book sources
Over 500,000 high-resolution images
Journals and reports covering education
- Gale Biography In Context
Detailed biographical information
- PLOS ONE - Free resource from the Public Library of
Science, contains scholarly scientific articles.
- ProQuest Historical New York Times
full-text from 1851 to present
PEER REVIEW IN 3 MINUTES
Source: NCSU Libraries, 2014
Anatomy of a Scholarly Article
Background sources that provide context
Exhibit sources that illustrate the issue, e.g. primary sources
Argument expert witnesses. Credentials important here
Method framework or theoretical approach (e.g. World Systems Theory, Feminist Framework, Marxism)
Tutorial: Focus on evidence not sources
WHAT IS A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE?
Scholarly articles are written by experts in the field and, additionally, reviewed by a panel experts in the field. They include a lot of research and data, and the information in the article is backed up by a list of references. They are published in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.
|Popular articles are often written by journalists for a general audience and are not reviewed by experts in the field. Popular articles rarely include references|