Take a look at source 1 (you might have to log in with EID/DUO before you see the full source). You won't have time to read the entire thing, but you can skim the beginning and scroll through the rest of the source to notice characteristics.
1. What kind of source is this?
2. What characteristics of the source helped you decide that?
"The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) provides counseling, psychiatric, consultation, and prevention services that facilitate students' academic and life goals and enhance their personal growth and well-being." -CMHC Website
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The New York Times provides invaluable coverage of national and world events, and is often considered the "paper of record." Reading a paper and being an informed citizen makes doing research in every subject easier. Take advantage of this access while you're here at UT!
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