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Which author has the most expertise on this topic?
What is the purpose of Source 1? Source 2?
Are either of the sources peer-reviewed?
Do you think you could use Source 1 to make a point in a paper? If yes, give an example of a point you could make using this source as evidence.
Do you think you could use Source 2 to make a point in a paper? If yes, give an example of a point you could make using this source as evidence.
Looking at publications activity
Take a look at an education publication. Do you see any of these kinds of articles?
report of new research
quantitative research (data includes numbers, results quantifiable)
qualitative research (focus group, interviews, etc.)
literature review (review of previous research)
lesson plan or unit
With your partner, looking at the publications you were given, indicate the kinds of articles you can identify (from the list above). Let's see which kinds are easiest to identify or most common. For each article you can identify, click below, then click "submit."