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SSLC Seminar : How to Read and Understand Scientific Research Articles

Scholarly/scientific articles are regarded as an important source for disseminating scientific information to other scientists and the general public. As emerging scientists, this seminar will assist you in understanding different strategies for reading scholarly articles, interpreting data, and forming conclusions. Specifically, you will develop skills in: • Evaluating scholarly articles in an active manner. • Understanding the general blueprint and structure of scholarly articles. • Breaking down scientific articles in to smaller, “bite-sized” pieces. • Finding the main points in scholarly research articles. • Taking notes to develop greater appreciation and understanding of the information in scholarly articles. • Gaining confidence to avoid fears associated with detailed scientific jargon and terminology. • Forming your own opinions about a scholarly article, in relation to the targeted field of study.

  • audience::Students
When Feb 27, 2019
from 01:15 pm to 03:00 pm
Hosting organization Skirball Science Learning Center
Speaker Christina Medina-Ramirez, Ph.D.
Speaker Information Director, Skirball Science Learning Center Hunter College of CUNY 695 Park Avenue, 742 HE New York, NY 10065
Where Hunter West, Room 706
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