Eng 104 Week 5 Notes
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Date Created: 02/18/16
ENG 104 TUES 2/9 FIND ACADEMIC SOURCES PEER REVIEWED SCHOLARLY ARTICLES Annotated Bib. 10-12 relevant sources 9 must be peer-reviewd Rough Draft 9 promising sources DATABASES -Collection of materials -Options can be selected to have material be more or less academic (“what is “peer reviewed”?) -Most use Boolean search functions (AND, OR, NOT) -Subscriptions to databases cost money Read the abstract before you use a source to make sure it is actually what you think it is DRABASES: JSTOR Academic Search Premier Abstracts for Papers Download directly or interlibrary loan Using links—links expre frequently. Make sure you’re collecting the stable link. Field Specific Databases Why would it be important to have field specific databases Sources for Large Writing Project I am researching the likelihood of getting sucked into a black hole in order to better help my reader understand our situation. This holds my interest because it fascinates me. -space -dangerous space -whirlpools -supernova -singularity -effects of mass on time -galaxy -dark matter -collapsing stars -death of a star -dwarf star -dormant star -imploding matter -vacuum email ms buck the paper you are going over 24 hours before the conference in her office (Robert
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