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    medical professionals, understand what is progressing in our profession. Within the blink of an eye health care changes; doctors, professors, researchers, are all developing new theories, journals and studies daily. It is our responsibility as current students in this field to do our best to further understand these journals, studies, researches and the writing that is involved in our field. Why you may ask? There is arguably an infinite amount of perspectives in the medical field ranging from a vast amount

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    Using Journals Effectively in Classrooms Journal writing seems to be a popular element teachers use to give students the opportunity to become involved in the classroom without always speaking. However, is journal writing a beneficial tool for student learning? How can it become more effective in the classroom? There are many types of journals which can be used in a classroom. I have decided to look at the different types of journals that exist to gain a broad overview of journal usage. This

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    in this case writing devices that keep popping up in your writing. My deep dive produced a few things I hadn’t noticed while writing my journals. I found that in my journals I tend to follow the troupe of chronologically filing the events, that I’m secretive and very emotional. As I dived into researching myself, I found that in my technique for journal writing I’m very straight forward. I wrote down what happened each day in chronological order. For example in Artifact 1, I go through a

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    PSYC101 Journal Article Review Assignment - Part 1 Article Content Identification and Summary Due: 11:55pm ET Sunday at the end of Week 3 of the 8-week course term You may work on this assignment ahead of its deadline but may not submit it prior to Week 3. Points Possible: 60 OVERVIEW: This is Part 1 of a two-part assignment designed to guide you through the steps of critically reviewing a published, evidence-based, scholarly journal article. This is an activity in which students engage

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    Dream journal summary I have to say, keeping a dream journal has been the toughest and most frustrating assignment that I have ever experienced. From what dreams I did manage to remember I would say that dreams, my dreams, are normally on the verge of a nightmare. I had the most impossible time remembering my dreams over these past ten weeks, which is clear in my very few journal entries. Trying to remember my dreams led me to an internet “goose chase”, to say the least. Most of the tips that I

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    scholarly manuscript to the scrutiny of others who are experts and working in the same field (Ware 2013). Scholarly/academic journal Scholarly journal, also called as academic/scientific/refereed journal or very often peer-reviewed journal, is a peer-reviewed/refereed periodical in which scholarship relating to a particular academic discipline is published. Academic journals serve as forums for the introduction and presentation for scrutiny of new research, and the critique of existing research (Blake

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    The Ultimate Guide to the Medical Journals and Clinical Tools at Your Caribbean Medical School As a student pursuing your Caribbean medical degree, you will refer to numerous resources in your studies. Winsor University School of Medicine (WUSOM) offers a wealth of such tools to our students. We expect you to make use of these materials while you are here, so you may enhance your learning experience. We want you to rely on the medical journals and clinical tools we have available, as well as the

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    USER SELECT AND TROUBLES IN OPEN ACCESSING E-JOURNALS BY THE STUDENTS OF PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE IN TRIPURA STATE, INDIA : A STUDY SOMA SARKAR Research Scholar, Department of Library and Information Science, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai – 625 021 Tamilnadu, India Dr. K.CHINNASAMY Head, Department of Library and Information Science, Madurai KamarajUniversity, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India. ABSTRACT E-Journals have great importance in libraries and amongst the library users. The present study

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    "A Journal of the Plague Year", is a novel written in first person, told by the protagonist H.F. It was written by Daniel Defoe and speaks of the plague that occurred in London. This book was published about 57 years after the plague occurred. This novel is a story of his experiences during that plague that occurred in London in the year 1665. It is a fictional book but there is a lot of data, statistics, and even government documents throughout the pages. H.F. speaks on how the plague must have

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    Information can be manipulated in the variety forms. The information format in both popular news publication (Article A) and in an academic journal (Article B) is slightly differs, but in term of its information content, it has several similarities even its come from different authors’ background. Article A also known as popular magazine and usually it include recreational, news and opinion magazines. Recreational magazines are written for general entertainment. Example of recreational magazine is

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