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A series of modules, mostly short videos, to explain the research process.
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1. From Idea to Library

Explains how ideas become projects, become publications, and eventually become available in libraries for students and scientists to read,use and cite in their research.

Source: North Carolina State University Libraries, Video 2:28

 

2. Formats of Scientific Communication

Primary, Secondary, Peer Review: What's the difference and why does it matter? This tutorial explains all, and allows you to test your knowledge.

 

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3. How to Read & Understand Scientific Research Articles

Make your life easier--watch this to learn how to get the most out of reading a scientific article. Includes how to find the hypothesis, and how to take effective notes.

University of Minnesota Libraries

Video:5:04

 

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