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Successful graduate students understand:
- the typical parts of a scholarly research article
- how to read a scholarly article
- what it means for a journal article to be peer-reviewed
- the purpose and types of literature reviews
Consult the boxes below to learn more about each of these topics
Anatomy of a Scholarly Research Article
Click on the image to explore the typical parts of a scholarly article.
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Peer Review in 3 Minutes
This video will explain: How do articles get peer reviewed? What role does peer review play in scholarly research and publication?
How to Read a Scholarly Article
Reading scholarly articles takes time. In this video, listen to three NCSU faculty members share their processes and advice for reading scholarly research articles.
Literature Reviews: An Overview for Graduate Students