Search the online catalog for books on your topic, write down the call # to locate them & use your ID card to check them out.
Use citation help sites or citation slips to cite.
Recommended: Opposing Viewpoints Database
(See library staff for off-campus password)
MLA citations inlcluded on all artilces.
Public Agenda for Citizens
This site is run by a non-profit organization offering non-biased information on cuurent issues from abortion to social security. Use the Issue Guide to get the facts (charts & graphs), consider the choices (perspectives & how they differ) and learn about the public's view on topics (charts& graphs).
Social Issues Research from Multiple Perspectives
This public library website offers selected websites on both sides of issues.
IDEA (International Debate Education Association)
This site provides background arguments, motions, links and readings for over 150 topics; serachable by keyword.
Best Information on the Net - Hot Paper Topics
This college library website offers selected websites on both sides of issues.
Almanac of Policy Issues
This site provides background information, archived documents and links on major U.S. public policy issues.
Supreme Court Decisions Collection-Cornell University Law School's Legal Information Institute (LII)
This collection of Supreme Court decisions is organized by topic
This site covers social, political, economic and environmental issues