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Revolutions: Industrial Revolution: Books / eBooks

This guide is to assist with the Culminating Assessment for the Industrial Revolution section of the Revolutions course.

Secondary Sources: Books / eBooks will have more specific information about your topic.

Books (also called Monographs) and journal articles are examples of Secondary Sources.
  • Secondary sources are written by scholars and present a new interpretation or thesis based upon a synthesis of primary sources,
    scholarly journal articles, and other secondary sources.
  • Sometimes there will be an entire book, sometimes you may have to assemble information from multiple monographs.
  • Secondary sources usually have a bibliography of materials for further study, including primary sources, journal articles and books.

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To ensure equitable access, all reserve materials are to be used only in the library for the duration of the project.