The Information Literate Historian: A Guide to Research for History Students - ref D 16.2 .P715 2007
Evaluating Resources (Univ. of California Berkeley) - Covers scholarly vs. popular publications, primary vs secondary resources, web resources, authority, documentation, etc..
Using Primary Sources on the Web: Finding, Evaluating, Using (American Library Association)
Document Analysis Worksheets (National Archives)
Guide to analyzing various kinds of primary sources - written documents, photographs, cartoons, posters, maps, artifacts, motion pictures, and sound recordings.
For MLA style, visit the SC Libraries' Citation Guides & Style Manuals page.
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