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Offers original articles on current events and public affairs.
Your complete source on the most current and controversial issues of the day with complete summaries, all the pros and cons, bibliographies and more.
Credo Reference is an ideal starting point for beginning researchers. The collection contains over 700 online reference titles from 100+ and offers curated, authoritative reference sources that provide a firm foundation for understanding a topic. Users can start with Credo, gather background information, find key terms and concepts, and then seamlessly travel to the library’s journal databases for more specialized information and peer-reviewed articles.
Contains contextual information and opinions on hundreds of today's hottest social issues. Drawing on the acclaimed Greenhaven Press series, the database features continuously updated viewpoints, topic overviews, full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, statistics, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites.
Databases for beginning researchers
The library has over 300 databases. For FYW students, the interdisciplinary databases below are great places to find articles.
Offers interdisciplinary content (academic journal articles and book chapters) across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
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