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Welcome to SPC 1608 Prof. Koosak
Welcome to the SPC 1608 Library Guide for Prof. Koosak's courses!
This is the list of assignments for this class.
(E ntry Pending)
Please contact one of our librarians for assistance with the information on this guide.
Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)
Most Recommended. Covers most academic subjects. Find scholarly journals, professional magazines, and news sources.
CQ Researcher (Sage)
Research overviews of public affairs topics covering social, economic, environmental and technological issues.
Opposing Viewpoints (Gale)
Viewpoint articles, topic overviews, government and organizational statistics, newspaper and magazine articles and more concerning social issues.
Wide ranging credible scholarship on many topics. Literature, short stories, poetry, science and social sciences are well covered. This is a great database to begin research. It is a sound academic replacement for Wikipedia.
Films on Demand (Infobase)
Documentaries and videos on many topics. Create clips and playlists.
Science in Context
Authoritative reference information on hundreds of significant science topics.
Kick-start your research with access to relevant data from over 18,000 sources. Statista provides statistics, studies and customizable reports.
America's News (NewsBank)
Full text news from major national newspapers, local and regional titles as well as newswires, blogs, web-only content, videos, journals, magazines, transcripts and more.
Documenting your research: Avoid plagiarism!
Always cite the sources you use, even if you "paraphrase" (put it into your own words.)
If you copy+paste the citation provided in the database's "Citation Tool", check the rules and CORRECT any mistakes.
When in doubt... ask a librarian!