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primary source

- A direct source of information or research, a document not emended by a third party.
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The Education area provides teaching and learning resources for educators including primary source sets.
The recently released Primary Source Sets from the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) are a new example of valuable resources that make access and teaching much easier.
There are plenty of images to help students remain interested and there are plenty of examples so that children learn what a primary source is.
School-based health centers met the criteria of a medical home for adolescents in a low-income urban population and often function as the primary source of care for students, according to a recent study.
These discussions demonstrate the historical relevance of each primary source and explain its importance.
The Enduring Legacy of Ancient China: Primary Source Lessons for Teachers and Students is a curriculum-building reference and resource created especially for Chinese History instructors of students in 5th to 9th grade.
A primary source is a text or an object that was created during the time period being studied.
Paula Collins, president of governmental affairs for Texas Instruments, said in an October press release that "Primarily Teaching connects educators to primary source records for lessons that enhance children's understanding of our country's history, society and culture.
The failover module will attempt to reconnect to the primary source, such as an ACD or database fails and the primary source is still unavailable, the module will connect to the secondary source.
Currently, OSF is accumulating more Primary Source documents via the Freedom of Information Act, which involves contacting various local and state governmental agencies.
Florida's adults, even the youngest ones, have the newspaper reading habit, and rely on newspapers as their primary source of news and advertising far more than the Internet or television, according to a study released Tuesday.
Each entry includes the date, source, a brief biography of the author (when available), and an introduction to the topic before presenting the primary source, either excerpted or in toto, depending on the length of the original work.

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