I am trying to use the evidence analysis process map in evaluating my sources. I have a question about a school yearbook. SOURCES: Because it is a book gathering a lot of information from different sources it would be an "Authored work." INFORMATION: The information is, for example, a bio next to his name and picture. Therefore the informant would be the student giving the information. Therefore it would be "Primary" source. EVIDENCE: Since the student supplied the information it would be direct. Another question: Now if the student name was just listed as a member of a club: SOURCES: Name is from a list of members that was supplied by the club and not directly from the student. Therefore it would be a "Derivative." source INFORMATION: Would be "SECONDARY" because it came from the club, not the indiviual. EVIDENCE: That he was a member of a specific club would be direct because it answers the question of what clubs he belonged to. Am I on the right track of this thinking process?