In academic articles, it can sometimes be difficult to identify when the author is stating a fact or providing an opinion. Luckily there are clues you can use to help you. Find out the key to recognizing when a statement is a fact, and when it’s an author’s interpretation, to help you select the best supporting evidence to include in your papers!
Sometimes the best friend you can have seems more like an enemy at first glance. Have you cursed APA, MLA, or Chicago style as you are struggling to finish up a big paper? Find out why, once you get to know them a little better, style guides can make the research and writing process so much easier! For more information visit our Research Tips Thursday Guide
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