Search Google or a site like YouTube using the keywords and phrases that describe your topic. Add the word documentary to get more reliable results.
Be sure you EVALUATE the source in terms of authorship, relevance, and credibility before using it for an academic purpose!
CITATION: Africa: A History Denied. Perf. Sam Waterston. YouTube. The History Channel, 2005. Web. 22 Mar. 2016.
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WHAT TYPE OF SOURCE IS THIS?
WHO are the authors/producers/performers?
WHAT is the title of the film?
WHEN was it created?
WHEN was it posted?
WHERE was it downloaded from?
WHEN did you watch it?
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Google and Google Scholar are useful tools for historians, giving them access to:
Students may also employ the "trick" of adding .org; .edu; .gov to any Google search in order to retrieve more professional resources.
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