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Scholarship is like a conversation where ideas are created, debated, and weighed against one another over time. Information users and creators come together to discuss meaning, with the effective researcher adding his or her voice to the conversation
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1. Provide students with a list of 3-5 sources from different perspectives that shape the conversation surrounding a topic of interest.
Sample sources: a news article, a tweet from a reputable source, a scholarly article & a literature review.
2. Ask students to conduct an investigation of a particular topic from its treatment in the popular media, and then trace its origin in conversations among scholars and researchers. How have perspectives changed and why?
Sample sources: news articles, tweets from reputable sources, magazine articles, blog entries, bestselling novels.
A single scholarly source does which of the following?
When conducting scholarly research students must:
Students can contribute to the scholarly conversation.