The University of Michigan Library has many guides that will help you develop your research skills.
What is a database? A database is an electronic collection of scholarly and peer reviewed articles, ebooks, newspaper articles, and media. Some of the databases that are listed will be licensed through University of Michigan Libraries, Ypsilanti District Library and Ann Arbor District Library. The databases are specifically to be used by middle and high school students for college level research. If you are a guest, in order to use the University of Michigan Library databases, you will need to come to the library. For Ypsilanti District Library and Ann Arbor District Library, you will need to have a library card to access their databases.
Clark State Library. (2021). Image of Primary, secondary and tertiary sources. Management 1000: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sources. Retrieved April 29, 2022, from https://lib.clarkstate.edu/c.php?g=573958&p=3957821.
Kent State University . (2020, May 16). Identifying credible websites: Identifying credible websites. LibGuides. Retrieved May 25, 2022, from https://libguides.stark.kent.edu/websites