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REQUIREMENTS
DEVELOPING YOUR PROJECT PROPOSAL
The following resource highlights key differences between scholarly and non-scholarly materials, particularly periodicals:
Cornell University Library (2014). Distinguishing scholarly from non-scholarly periodicals: A checklist of criteria: Introductions and definitions. Retrieved from http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill20.html
(Permission to use and adapt this resource was granted by Olin Library, Cornell University.)
In addition to this resource, students must undertake their own literature searches to identify scholarly materials relevant to their integrative projects (see Case and SLP assignments for details).
Required Reading
Cornell University Library (2014). Distinguishing scholarly from non-scholarly periodicals: A checklist of criteria: Introductions and definitions. Retrieved from http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill20.html
(Permission to use and adapt this resource was granted by Olin Library, Cornell University.)

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