RELEVANT RESEARCH GUIDES These guides list resources that can get you started in the research process. They include databases, encyclopedias and the name and the contact information of subject librarians. For a complete list of research guides, click here.
Biology (by Helen Hoffman). The print collection is located at LSM.
Primary sources are first hand sources that comes directly from the time, period, events, or people that you are studying.
Examples of primary sources:
Creative works:Art work, music, documentaries, painting.
Secondary sources are sources that are filtered though critical work and interpretation of experts in the field.
Examples of secondary sources
Here are some Websites with more on this topic.
What is a primary source? created at Princeton University Libraries.
What is primary research? published by the Purdue University Online Writing Lab. This site also discusses important topics such as Research Ethics, Interview and Survery Questions and much more.
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