Module 1 Assignment: Secondary Source Article Analysis
Instructions: Use this document as a template for completing your Module 1 Assignment. Complete each section, adhering to rules of grammar, punctuation, and formatting. Submit this document (save it with the same file name but replace NAME with your last name) and upload to Moodle by due date (Feb 15th) for full credit.
Neanderthal DNA in Modern Human Genomes Is Not Silent | The Scientist Magazine® (the-scientist.com)
1. What is this article about? What is the main finding that the author concluded from the studies compiled in this article? Please explain in 3-4 sentences.
2. Pick and list at LEAST three studies that the author talked about. Remember you can find them in the text or at the References part listed at the end of the article. Format must be accurate, you can take the format that the author used in the References list.
3. Find the articles you have picked in Question 2 above and find them through Nicholls Library website as our guest speaker Mark Love has instructed you to. Take a screenshot of the main title of the article and paste it to this document like below (crop it to save space as I did):
4. What is different between these articles and the ‘secondary source’ (Hint) article you just read? Is the same information being presented, and how do they compare?