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  1. Sep 2022
    1. Bjorn, Genevive A., Laura Quaynor, and Adam J. Burgasser. “Reading Research for Writing: Co-Constructing Core Skills Using Primary Literature.” Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming Professional Practice 7, no. 1 (January 14, 2022): 47–58. https://doi.org/10.5195/ie.2022.237

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      #AcademicTwitter I survived crushing reading loads in grad school by creating a straightforward method for analyzing primary literature, called #CERIC. Saved my sanity and improved my focus. @PhDVoice. Here’s the free paper - https://t.co/YehbLQNEqJ

      — Genevive Bjorn (@GeneviveBjorn) September 11, 2022
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      I'm curious how this is similar to the traditions of commonplace books and zettelkasten from a historical perspective.

    2. categorical reading method

      Not well defined. What do they mean specifically by categorical reading methods? CERIC may be one, but what are others? Are they standardized?

    3. This method centers on active, categorial reading to deconstruct arguments inthe primary literature by identifying claim, evidence, reasoning, implications, and context (CERIC), which canserve as a critical reading pedagogy in existing courses, reading clubs, and seminars.
      • Claim
      • Evidence
      • Reasoning
      • Implications
      • Context