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STA305 / STA1004: Design of Scientific Studies

Selecting your Web of Science article

When you are trying to find an article that you would like to use for the assignment, it can be extremely helpful to first read the Abstract of the paper.  The abstract is typically a short paragraph outlining what the article is about and what the authors are trying to establish with the article.  Reading the abstract before perusing the entire article will save you a lot time and effort.

Once you have chosen a suitable article, you can click on the Get it! UTL button.  This will take you to either the text of the article, or another button that will allow you to download a PDF of the paper.   (*Note:  Not all articles in Web of Science are available in full-text.  If the Get it! UTL button doesn't lead you to the full text of the article, or a PDF of the paper, then the library does not have access to an online version of the paper. If that happens, then it would be best to chose another article)