Agenda for today's session:
Add sticky notes on the Jamboard with your answers to these questions:
What makes an information source appropriate for college research assignments?
What makes an information source "academic"?
What is the difference between journalism and scholarly journal articles?
Find a full-length article in each.
For Discover: How are sources attributed (credited)? What information is provided about the author(s)?
For Nature: How are sources attributed (credited)? What information is provided about the author(s)?
To access each of these publications online:
Use the lateral reading technique to learn about the source of this content, then decide if it's a credible source.
A. Are the New "Plant-Based" Meats Actually Good for You?
B. The Meat Lovers' Guide to Plant-Based Meat
Some students think research is a linear process, where you pick a topic, research it and then write, and you're done. This model of research is flawed.
Research is an iterative process (repeating). What you find influences what you think and write, and as you think and write, you'll need to look up more information.