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What Makes a Journal Scholarly?

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Travis Dolence (Librarian), Apr 04, 2007
Comment: This is a very well presented tutorial on what makes an article peer reviewed. The section on using Ulrich's to determine peer review is helpful.It would also have been nice if they would have included some of the visual cues that students can use to determine peer reviewed materials (e.g., advertising, etc.). This tutorial would be very easy to incorporate into a class or into a larger online tutorial on evaluating resources.