Distinguishing Scholarly and Popular Resources

Resource Title:  Distinguishing Scholarly and Popular Resources

Brief Description of Resource:  A powerpoint walks students through evaluation of three different sources on the same general topic. It asks them to identify differences between sources, and then to draw conclusions of which are popular, which scholarly, and which substantive. Also available on Lower Columbia College’s website as a screencast.

College:  Lower Columbia College

Resource Type:  Tutorial

Intended Audience:  General Students

Potential Other Audiences:  Transfer Students

Creator Contact Name + Email:  Andrea GillaspySteinhilper – agillaspy(at)lcc.ctc.edu

Link to Resource:  Scholarly vs. Popular [PDF file]

Resource Tags:  Rising Junior, Online Research Guide

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.  Please attribute this work to the librarian / faculty instructor or library listed above.

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