Travish: What comes after a tertiary source?
Libarian From An “Online” School In England: Welcome. We will be with you shortly…
LFA”O”SIE: Hi, welcome to the Webchat service. I can help answer your questions about (Censored) Library services and resources. Please may I have your (Censored) identifier (PI) or staff number?
Travish: Almost forgot to mention! My name is Travish.
LFA”O”SIE: Do you mean Primary and Secondary sources?
Travish: Exactly, although…I meant what comes after tertiary. Example: 1) Primary. 2) Secondary. 3) Tertiary 4) ???
LFA”O”S:IE I think its quaternary
LFA”O”SIE: After that its quinary, senary, septenary, octonary, nonary, and denary if you need them!
Travish: I am amazed!
LFA”O”SIE: All part of the service
Travish: Would you be able to give an example of a quaternary source? I understand the first two, and I THINK wikipedia is an example of tertiary. But I have no clue as to what comprises a quaternary source.
LFA”O”SIE: Not sure it relates to sources in industry it refers to industries providing information services
Travish: Thank you, I’m afraid I must be off now. Sadly, I’m running late for a weight training.
LFA”O”SIE: Ok – Bye – K
I am so confused!