Questions to ask when you are assessing online primary-source collections:
Use Google and other sources to research the authors, organizations, or institutions responsible for the page and for its funding. Don't just trust the About page!
Related collections in GSU's Special Collections and Archives include:
See also Special Collections & Archives' research guides (scroll down to "Special Collections and Archives) for more detailed information about their holdings.
For more information, contact Morna Gerrard, Women's Collection Archivist.
The Library's Research Data Services team can help you find and use statistics and data for your research projects!
You can meet with a RDS team member during their drop-in hours (held in the Library's CURVE space on Library South 2) or by scheduling an appointment. RDS also offers workshops on various aspects of data searching, analysis, and visualization.
For more information about team members, areas of expertise, and scheduling, see the Research Data Services guide (or click on the "Research Data Services" tab above).
You will need to log in with your Campus ID and password to use these databases off campus.
We have many more databases which include primary sources! See the Primary Sources: History guide for more information.