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Health Sciences Research Guide: Video Tutorials: Keywords, Peer-review, How to Read Articles, & More

A good place to start for researching topics in allied health, public health, and communications science & disorders.

Research: It's All About the Questions

Primary & Secondary Sources - Sciences

What is a Literature Review?

Developing a Research Question

What is a peer-reviewed article?

Why, and How, Do I Check My Facts?

From Question to Keywords

How to read a journal article

Quick Guide to Paraphrasing

Search Smarter: Which Resource Do I Use?

Lessons in Writing an Annotated Bibliography - Alan W. Aldrich & Carol A. Leibiger. University Libraries, University of South Dakota. Copyright 2014 South Dakota Board of Regents.

Part 1 covers writing the summary portion of the annotation.

Part 2 covers the assessment and reflection portion of the annotation.