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Mid Term Research Based Assignment
Peer-Reviewed Paper Critique
Article Critique is mandatory for Graduate Students, and it carries 100 points.
Due Date: October 27th, 2023
Brief Introduction of Peer-Reviewed Paper Critique:
A critique of a research paper is a detailed and systematic evaluation of a scholarly work, aiming to objectively assess its methodology, theoretical framework, data analysis, results, interpretation, and overall structure. A peer-reviewed critique is an evaluation or assessment of a scholarly work, such as a research paper or academic article, conducted by experts or peers within the same field or discipline. These experts, often referred to as “peers,” are individuals with expertise and knowledge in the subject area relevant to the content of the work being critiqued.
In this assignment, you will critically assess and critique a peer-reviewed paper of your choice within the field of Energy Storage. The aim is to develop your analytical skills, understanding of research methodologies, and the ability to evaluate the significance of research findings. You are expected to follow the standard format used in academic critique papers.
Step 1: Paper Selection
Select a peer-reviewed latest paper related to the Energy Storage System course. Ensure that the paper was published within the last three years.
Provide the following details about the chosen paper:
Step 2: Introduction (10%)
Begin your critique with a brief introduction that offers context on the selected paper. Include a clear thesis statement that outlines the purpose of your critique.
Step 3: Summary (20%)
Summarize the main points and findings of the paper. Include information on the research question, methodology, results, and conclusion. Do not include your critique or analysis in this section.
Step 4: Critique (50%)
Evaluate the paper by addressing the following aspects:
Research Methodology: Assess the appropriateness of the research methods employed, including data collection, analysis, and statistical techniques. Strengths and Weaknesses: Identify the paper’s strengths and weaknesses, supporting your assessment with evidence from the paper.
Originality and Significance: Evaluate the originality and significance of the research and its potential impact on the field.
Clarity and Presentation: Analyze the clarity of the writing, organization, and presentation of the paper.
Ethical Considerations: Discuss any ethical considerations raised by the research and how they are addressed.
References and Citations: Examine the adequacy of the paper’s references and citations.
Step 5: Conclusion (10%)
Provide a concise conclusion that summarizes your overall evaluation of the paper. Restate your thesis and highlight the key strengths and weaknesses you’ve identified.
Step 6: References (10%)
Include a properly formatted reference list for the paper you are critiquing. Ensure that you adhere to the appropriate citation style preferably in IEEE standard.
Formatting and Submission:
The critique paper may be submitted in MS Word and pdf format. (with one-inch margin on all sides, font type/size Times New Roman 11, line spacing 1.5)
Submit your paper in hard copy as well as electronically via Canvas by the due date.
Your critique paper will be assessed based on your ability to deliver a well-structured, informed, and constructive analysis of the chosen paper. Support your arguments with evidence from the paper and relevant sources.
Critique Paper Assessment Rubric