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SSI1-170: Space, Place, and Values: How to Find Sources

Tertiary Resources

Searching Primo

Search Primo for books, media, and articles. You can borrow some items Collins does not own via Summit.

Primary Sources

To find published primary sources such as diaries, letters, speeches, artwork, etc, you can search Primo, the Library's catalog. You can also consult databases such as:

Secondary Resources

In secondary sources, writers examine and analyze primary sources. Secondary sources include articles and books and may be for general audiences or scholarly ones. Secondary, scholarly articles will mostly appear in peer-reviewed journals. The following databases may be useful for your search. Consult the LibGuides by Subject List for additional subject-specific suggestions.

For other database suggestions, see LibGuides by Subject