Editing Data Into Insights (Spring 2021)

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* Other readings: Readings will be linked to from this page. Where necessary, they will be put on Brightspace
 
* Other readings: Readings will be linked to from this page. Where necessary, they will be put on Brightspace
 
=== Reading Academic Articles ===
 
 
Some of the readings will be academic articles. I do not expect you to read every word of these articles. Rather, you should practice intentional directed skimming. [https://writingcenter.gmu.edu/guides/strategies-for-reading-academic-articles This article] gives a nice overview. The TL;DR is that you should carefully read the abstract, introduction, and conclusion. For the rest of the article, focus on section headings and topic sentences to extract the main ideas.
 
  
 
= Course logistics =
 
= Course logistics =

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