Journal articles are a major way in which scholars engage in scholarly communication. The discussion has started before today, and will continue well past this course!
Connect to the following article and examine its sections:
Maderbacher, G., Keshmiri, A., Schaumburger, J., Springorum, H., Zeman, F., Grifka, J., & Baier, C. (2014). Accuracy of bony landmarks for restoring the natural joint line in revision knee surgery: an MRI study. International Orthopaedics, 38(6), 1173–1181. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00264-014-2292-3 5
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Each of these sections helps to better understand the authors' argument, the research that they did, and the sources that they used.