So you need to use scholarly, peer-reviewed articles for an assignment...what does that mean?
Peer review is a process for evaluating research studies before they are published by an academic journal. These studies typically communicate original research or analysis for other researchers.
Looking for peer-reviewed articles? Try searching in OneSearch or a library database and look for options to limit your results to scholarly/peer-reviewed or academic journals.
After watching the video, reflect on the following questions:
Use the quiz below to receive a certificate of completion with your responses to submit to your instructor in Blackboard.
Includes a certification of completion to download and upload to Blackboard.
In class or for homework, watch the video “All About Peer Review” (3 min.).
Video discussion questions:
Teaching online or don’t have time in-class?
Assign the All About Peer Review quiz: https://csudh.libwizard.com/f/peer-review.
Students can upload a certificate of completion to Blackboard that includes their responses to the video discussion questions.
Mix and match this suite of instructional materials for your course needs!
If you are assigning the All About Peer Review quiz and/or one of the Reading a Research Article tutorials, students can receive a certificate of completion with their name and date and upload the PDF to Blackboard to show that they've learned by completing these online activities. We recommend assigning activities for participation points.
Questions about integrating a graded online component into your class, contact the Online Learning Librarian, Tessa Withorn (email@example.com).
Example of a certificate of completion:
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