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Peer Advice: Finding and Reading Research Articles

In college, you will need to be able to locate authoritative sources, like peer-reviewed or "scholarly" articles, that aren't going to show up in your average Google search. How do you find the right kinds of sources? And once you have one that looks promising, how do you tackle reading it? Here, Honors student and SOAR mentor, Grant shows us around his research methods using a library database specializing in psychology.


As Grant says, the Coe Library Homepage is a THE place to start your research! And if you are stumped, you can also book a one-on-one session with a librarian or a trained peer-mentor or "library coach" to learn more.



If you prefer to watch the video with captions, click here: screen-capture.mp4

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