What does "Scholarly Source" mean??

When a professor tells you that you need to have scholarly articles for your paper or research, it means that he/she wants you to find articles that are research based and have been through a review process. The following PDF handout should help to explain the difference.
Popular vs. Scholarly Sources
(You will need Adobe Reader to view it.)


2 Responses to “What does "Scholarly Source" mean??”

  1. 1 Anonymous October 18, 2005 at 7:02 pm

    Should come in handy. Thanks.

  2. 2 Elaine Reed October 20, 2005 at 11:49 am

    Just in time. I will use it today to reinforce my point. Thanks. Elaine Reed

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