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Credo Source - A Discovery Tool
Start your research with CREDO Source.
This database helps you:
create search terms/keywords with the Mind Map feature
find results in other databases
What is a scholarly publication/research?
Are you ready for college-level research?
Do you know how to...
pose a research question
develop search terms
understand source types
know how to locate academic research
follow citation style guidelines
ask a librarian for assistance!
Types of Journals/Magazines
Scholarly Journal "peer-reviewed"
written for general consumption
written for those with a background in the discipline/subject
cover a variety of topics
specific to the discipline/subject
do not note references, works cited
include citations, literature reviews
written be generalists, journalists
written by experts, academics, researchers, etc.
includes a lot of advertising
little to no advertising
Common Elements of a Scholarly Journal