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EGR 110: Introduction to Engineering: Evaluation

What is peer review?

Quick Definition

Many academic journals, and some professional conferences, use a peer review process to decide which papers will be published as articles and which ones will be rejected. The "peers" are experts who read and comment on the suitability of the submitted papers for publication.

Peer Review in 3 Minutes

Finding and Evaluating Sources

The video below reviews the process for finding and evaluating information sources for research projects. | 503.943.7111 or 800.841.8261 | 5000 N. Willamette Blvd., Portland, OR 97203-5798
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