Scholarly information is written by an expert in the field, for people who are also experts in that field, and is an authoritative source of information. Scholarly articles are generally published in journals, and often go through a formal peer review process
What is an example of scholarly information?
These include books, refereed journals, maps, monographs, images, DVDs and videos, audio recordings and other physical materials.
Finding Scholarly Sources
In the next three pages we'll be using uKwazi, Education Databases and Education Journals to find scholarly information, which you can use to complete your class assignments.