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This Flash slide show provides an introduction to reading and understanding scientific papers for students. It contains three main sections covering the importance of reading research articles, how to approach papers efficiently, and the main parts of scientific papers.
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General Physics
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- Lower Undergraduate
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© 2003 Purdue University
information fluency, information literacy
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Metadata instance created April 15, 2010 by Bruce Mason
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M. Fosmire, (2003), WWW Document, (
M. Fosmire, Tutorials - Scientific Papers, (2003), <>.
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Fosmire, M. (2003, May 3). Tutorials - Scientific Papers. Retrieved November 28, 2015, from
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Fosmire, Michael. Tutorials - Scientific Papers. May 3, 2003. (accessed 28 November 2015).
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Fosmire, Michael. Tutorials - Scientific Papers. 2003. 3 May 2003. 28 Nov. 2015 <>.
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@misc{ Author = "Michael Fosmire", Title = {Tutorials - Scientific Papers}, Volume = {2015}, Number = {28 November 2015}, Month = {May 3, 2003}, Year = {2003} }
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