Why is it important to critically analyze sources? Why are scholarly sources more appropriate for academic research?

I need a paragraph paraphrased and two 250 word forum post: Original Only Please!!!

I need the following paragraph paraphrased:

 

“Enabling customers’ success is what compels us and what impels us every day. We are driven forward by our fear of failing them. They—you—are our priority—our reason for being.

 

Our GEOINT Services initiative is our focal point for this mindset. This critical effort is championed by Justin Poole and led by Jim Long and Ben Tuttle. It spans all security domains and, most importantly, it’s open-ended. We’re smashing the false boundary

conditions that have always separated tasking, processing, exploitation and dissemination. In other words, GEO INT Services replaces the transactional and outdated TPED mindset. Working closely with the Open Geospatial Consortium, our partner for more than two decades, Ben and Jim are using standardized and interoperable strategies to maximize mission impact. Under the leadership of Shishu Gupta, we’ll be “all in” the Cloud by the end of 2017—presenting value on all domains—including the World Wide Web. I further challenged Team  NGA to “succeed in the open.””

 

 

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Why is it important to critically analyze sources? Why are scholarly sources more appropriate for academic research?

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Read the policy violation examples at

http://students.gcu.edu/academics/academic-integrity.php.

As you read through the material, think about how these types of situations might arise in your academic career. How does academic dishonesty undermine the purpose of graduate school?