The databases on this page should help you find sources for your project. There are video tutorials for two of the databases. The tutorials give you an overview of how each database works. If you are having any difficulty using the databases and finding sources for your topic, please contact a librarian. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Live Chat service when the library is open for service (on the right on this page). We want to help!
Video tutorials: In Context: Opposing Viewpoints & Academic Search Complete
These library databases contain sources for many current, controversial topics - articles from magazines, newspapers and academic journals, as well as opinion essays. The opinion pieces present particular viewpoints about controversial topics. These databases are also a great place to start if you are looking for a topic. Browse the available topics in the database and find something that interests you.
To find articles, use the library databases on the Library website. Academic Search Complete and Academic OneFile Select are two multi-subject databases that can be a good place to start. Follow these steps for finding articles: