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Gerontology: GERO 500 Current Perspectives in Gerontology

Course research guide for graduate-level Gerontology students

Evaluate your Sources

A Word about Evaluating Resources at the Graduate Level

When evaluating scholarly/peer-reviewed sources, consider yourself the "expert" panelist determining if the article should be used for your research. Peer-reviewed information has already been evaluated for credibility and importance to a specific academic field of expertise, so you will need to determine if the information is important to your research.


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