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Literature Review and Quality

                                                     What are the criteria for evaluating information?                                                                       



                                              Questions to Consider


   Is the author an expert on the subject?


   Is the information from a popular or scholarly source?


   Does the content of the book/article discuss your research question?


   Does the author present information based on facts or opinion?


  How recently was the book/article published? and what is/are the significance of the finding(s)

Anatomy of a Scholarly Article

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