Accessing Appropriate Articles

In this course, you will need to access and read different types of articles. Empirical articles describe original
research and typically utilize quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods research designs. Non-empirical
articles are articles that summarize best practices, present cases to illustrate points, offer alternative perspectives
and theories, or suggest new ways of looking at phenomena.
The purpose of this assignment is twofold:
To demonstrate that you understand the difference between empirical articles and the other kinds of published
articles (non-empirical).
To demonstrate that you understand the difference between quantitative and qualitative empirical research
Assignment Instructions
Download the Unit 3 Assignment Template. You will select four articles from the Capella library that are no
older than three years, as it is important to use current knowledge in the field. Follow the directions and in the
template and use the four articles that you selected to complete the assignment.
Grading Criteria
The numbered assignment instructions outlined below correspond to the grading criteria in the Accessing
Appropriate Articles Scoring Guide, so be sure to address each point.
Differentiate between empirical and non-empirical articles.
Distinguish between empirical articles that are qualitative and quantitative.
Select current articles that inform practice.
Create scholarly article references.
Submission Requirements
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.

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