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.
How to Analyze a Primary Source (Carleton College)
Making Sense of Evidence (History Matters)
The Information Literate Historian: A Guide to Research for History Students - ref D 16.2 .P715 2007
Critical Evaluation of Resources (Univ. of California Berkeley) - Covers scholarly vs. popular publications, primary vs secondary resources, authority, documentation.
Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply and Questions to Ask (Univ. of California Berkeley).
Using Primary Sources on the Web: Evaluating Primary Source Websites (American Library Association)
The Jacobson Center offers individual writing conferences, courses to improve writing, and online help to guide students through the writing process. See especially the Jacobson Center's Writing Process Series, which breaks the writing process down into a series of steps and offers advice and strategies relevant to the main issues confronting most writers.