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Construction Trades & Management: Writing Papers
This guide contains resources for students in the many construction fields
Most of the library databases will tell you what type of source you are reading - popular or scholarly/peer-reviewed.
Popular: written and then "fact checked" by an editor, written for the general public, but seldom includes the list of sources used in writing the article.
Examples: Dallas Morning News, New York Times, American History Illustrated
Scholarly/Peer-Reviewed: research focus with findings, written for researchers, tend to be longer with more depth and detail, has a list of sources used in writing the article within the article
Examples: Journal of American History, Social Science Quarterly, Journal of Education
Many of the library databases include image databases. Many of the eBooks will include photos along with the article information. BONUS: you'll only need one citation/credit if you get a photo + article information from the same source!
use site:gov with your key word search in Google
There are also depositories of historical images put together by museums and historical organizations.
Examples: Library of Congress American Memory, Smithsonian, New York Public Library