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HLTH 101 Online Module: Scholarly Journals: Conclusion

From research to the Library

Now that you understand how to recognize and cite a scholarly article, the next step is learning where to search for the articles.

Be efficient!  Use the library's website and search within the academic research databases.  These databases can save you hours of time and will ensure that what you find is high quality and appropriate for citing for your papers. 

Watch this video (2.27 min) to learn how an idea moves from the research lab to the journal article to the article database in the library.  Used with permission from North Carolina State University Library. 

You are done!

You have reached the end of the HLTH 101 Scholarly Journal Online Module. 

Now, you must complete the Scholarly Journal Quiz located in your HLTH 101 course, by Sunday September 12, 2021 by 11:55 pm

Need help? Contact your liaison librarian.

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