Answered By: Sarah Johnson
Last Updated: Apr 28, 2015     Views: 253

Scholarly sources are written by experts in their disciplines for an audience of other researchers and students in those same disciplines.

Another way to look at scholarly sources is to compare them to two other common types of sources: trade and popular.

The Prezi presentation below will take you through the elements of sources (author, audience, purpose, review, content, and appearance), and it will also provide tips and suggestions for how to locate scholarly sources.

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