Here is a playlist of WI+RE’s favorite online resources on primary and secondary sources. Enjoy!
This video explains the differences in how the humanities and sciences define primary and secondary sources. They also give lots of great examples!
This resource from Southern Connecticut State University contains examples of primary and secondary sources in the Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Education, and more.
Are you a health science major? Then look no further! This resource gives criteria for defining primary, secondary, and tertiary sources, and gives lots of examples. We especially like the graph at the bottom of the page.