What type of source is National Geographic?

What type of source is National Geographic?

Secondary Sources: National Geographic.

Is Nat Geo a scholarly source?

National Geographic is a quality source, but it doesn’t meet the criteria for a scholarly source. The ScientistIncorrect! The Scientist is a trade publication offering news and commentary on business, policy, and politics of science, but it doesn’t meet the criteria for a scholarly source.

Who takes National Geographic magazines?

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  • Your Local Library.
  • Nursing Homes And Retirement Communities.
  • Military Troops.
  • Women Or Family Shelters.
  • Doctor And Dentist Offices, Hospitals And Other Waiting Rooms.
  • Preschools And Daycare Centers For Use In Crafts.
  • Swap Magazines With Your Friends And Family.

When did National Geographic start?


How do you store National Geographic magazines?

For collectors that want to preserve their yellow-bordered magazine collection, BCW bags, backing boards, and boxes are an ideal solution. While BCW offers supplies to protect traditionally-sized magazines, BCW’s products sized for Silver Age comics books are perfect for National Geographic.

How do I find old National Geographic articles?

Access articles from our current issue online at nationalgeographic.com/magazine and view recent issues—and every issue since 1888—in the magazine’s full archive at archive.nationalgeographic.com.

Can I use National Geographic photos?

National Geographic is no longer licensing images, art, text or video to third parties. If you are interested in using content seen in a National Geographic product for your project, please contact the original content creator about possible usage permissions.

Can you download National Geographic?

Download the new National Geographic app today. Explore rich content with our app, redesigned from the ground up for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Now you can download stories for offline reading. And see the magazine in a new way, with the digital edition.