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How to use this research guide
Remember to use academic databases well you must use relevant keywords. If your searches are not resulting in results see your librarian!
Science in Context:
provides you with general information about a topic
look at news, magazines and academic journals for pro/con type information
Opposing Viewpoints: - the go to database for pro-con issues
the "viewpoints" results are the pro/con articles
a collection of e-books, best for general information
Biography in Context - your go to database for information about people
EBSCO - can be a challenging database but it has full-text access to thousands of magazines, newspapers, e-books, etc.