ENG 100 WEEK 2 Organizing Ideas Worksheet

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ENG 100 WEEK 2 Organizing Ideas Worksheet

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ENG 100 WEEK 2 Organizing Ideas Worksheet

ENG 100 WEEK 2 Organizing Ideas Worksheet

Organizing Ideas Worksheet

 

Step 1 – Locating relevant information

 

As part of an academic writing process, it is important to use scholarly articles to support your own thoughts about a topic. When you use those sources in your writing, you must record specific information about the articles you use in your topic discussion. Recording this information ensures you are prepared to give credit to the authors of those articles.

 

This week, you use the University Library to find two scholarly articles related to the broad topic, narrowed idea, and research question you selected in Week 1. In the academic databases available in our online library, the source information for articlesis provided in the indexing details located toward the bottom of the article.

 

Review the below example of indexing details. The six pieces of source information for your articles you will need to record for this assignment (title, author, publication title, publication date, document URL or DOI, and database) are numbered and boxed in red. Eventually, you will need to record the issue number and/or volume number as well as the page numbers the on which the articles appear to complete the reference page citations in your essay.

Search for at least two articles in the University Library that are relevant to your topic. Once you have decided on the articles you want to use for your essay, locate the indexing details.

 

Complete the following template using the indexing details for the two articles you selected. Include a 3- or 4-sentence description of how each article relates to your topic and research question.

Article #1:

Author(s) names:
Article title:
Date written or published:
Journal or publication title:
Issue number and/or volume number (if provided):
Page numbers (if provided):

 

Database name:
URL (web address) or doi number:
Provide a 3- or 4-sentence description of how the article relates to your topic and research question:

 

 

 

Article #2:

Author(s) names:
Article title:
Date written or published:
Journal or publication title:
Issue number and/or volume number (if provided):
Page numbers (if provided):

 

Database name:
URL (web address) or doi number:
Provide a 3- or 4-sentence description of how the article relates to your topic and research question:

 

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ENG 100 WEEK 2 Organizing Ideas Worksheet