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CONTENT: describes the difference between primary and secondary sources using the example of the Kennedy assassination. MEDIUM/TIME: video/3:02 ASSESSMENT: none Why Hunter Librarians like it: fast-paced video that visually illustrates a primary source using news footage and other images.
CONTENT: definitions of primary and secondary sources with examples of each and websites for locating sources. MEDIUM/TIME: website/text ASSESSMENT: none Why Hunter Librarians like it: This website nicely briefly explains primary vs. secondary sources and uses examples that students will be able to apply to their own research.
will understand the research potential of using primary vs. secondary
can differentiate between the two.