Social Issues Research
Opposing Viewpoints in Context An Excellent site for all social issues and very good for helping you select your topic.
EBSCO Choose Points of View (best choice for most social issues), MaS Ultra-School Edition, or Newspaper Source. See Mrs. Isaac for password information.
Infobase eBooks eBooks on many popular social issues. Look for the tab "Current Issues".
MeL Go to Databases (at top of page) and use General Reference Center Gold or GeneralOneFile.
GALE: Gale Virtual Reference Library will connect you to more eBooks.
Digital Public Library of America - Check out the Primary Source Sets
Library of Congress: Another great collection of primary source information
Log in with your Office365 username and password
Noodle Tools Quick Guide
Using the Citing Tools in the Social Issues Databases_: If you need a little help remembering how to make the databases create the citations for you.
View video for a "how to" use the databases for your research.
If you are prompted for log in information, your username is your computer firstname.lastname@example.org and your password is the same one you use to log onto school computers.
At the end of your first day of accessing resources in the media center, please complete this brief this brief survey.This form helps Mrs. Isaac determine students who need extra help, topics that may need better coverage in our library collection and ways she can do a better job of helping students complete their research assignments. Your help in filling out this survey is very much appreciated.