Hort 1160: Nature Writing (Spring 2011): Overview

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This guide contains select print and electronic resources for scientific topics, in particular peer-reviewed scholarly sources rather than popular or secondary sources.

For this class you'll need to find peer-reviewed scientific research articles on a science topic, such as winter ecology or animal intelligence. By the end of this class you'll:

 

  • Know the difference between web and library resources and popular (secondary) and scholarly (primary) sources
  • Understand the sources for scholarly resources at Cornell University Library
  • Search article databases and retrieve peer-reviewed scholarly articles easily

 

 

 

Getting Started with Research

This guide contains select print and electronic resources for scientific topics, in particular peer-reviewed scholarly sources rather than popular or secondary sources.

For this class you'll need to find peer-reviewed scientific research articles on a science topic, such as winter ecology or animal intelligence. By the end of this class you'll:

 

  • Know the difference between web and library resources and popular (secondary) and scholarly (primary) sources
  • Understand the sources for scholarly resources at Cornell University Library
  • Search article databases and retrieve peer-reviewed scholarly articles easily

 

 

 

Where do you start your research?

Where do you start your research?

Jim Morris-Knower

Jim Morris-Knower
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Subjects:Communications