Use the research articles you select to build your own informed opinions and arguments.
When you're reading research articles for your assignments, look for key information like:
Are your sources appropriate for university-level research? Ask questions about your sources when you're deciding whether or not to use them for your research assignments:
Currency: The timeliness of the information
Relevance: The information meets your assignment needs
Authority: The source of the information
Accuracy: The reliability and correctness of the information
Purpose: The reason the information exists
You are supposed to use peer-reviewed articles for your annotated bibliography and zoo observation. What are peer-reviewed articles? Watch this video to find out.