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English: ENG 1101: Composition 1

Created to help students and faculty to locate research for various subjects related to the study of English.

Books on College Writing

WHAT ARE PEER-REVIEWED SOURCES???

Scholarly/Academic sources are items that are written by academics and experts.

They are aimed at an audience who are academics, experts, or students.

They are not intended for a general audience. Scholarly articles are not necessarily peer reviewed, but peer reviewed articles are always scholarly.

Peer Review describes the process that an article goes through before it can be published in a scholarly/academic journal. Peer reviewed articles are also often called Academic, Scholarly, or Refereed.

1. Academic or expert writes an article * audience other academics, experts, or students

2. Article is then submitted for review to the editors of an academic journal -

    Example: Editors of Social Science Quarterly * editors are experts with specialist degrees in the particular area.

3. Editors review the article * Options: Reject, Correct & Return, Accept

    Example: Social Science Quarterly: Accepts only about 15% of submissions!

How to Access Your Library Account (2014)

Learning To Use GALILEO Pt. A (2014)

Learning To Use GALILEO Pt. B (2014)

Learning To Use GALILEO Pt. C (2014)

Emily Crews

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Contact:
Emily Crews
Reference and Outreach Librarian
English, Languages, and Theatre Liaison
Library Room 157
(706) 507-8685
crews_emily@columbusstate.edu

TEST YOUR SKILLS WITH THIS RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT!

This assignment is designed to test first-year CSU students' general knowledge of library resources including basic information retrieval.