• Searching Databases

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    PowerLibrary Databases: 
      1. General OneFile  
      2. Explore this general-interest periodical resource offering nearly more than 15,000 titles with more than 8,800 in full text. With millions of articles available in PDF and HTML full-text, the collection is also supplemented by reference, newspaper, and audio content
      1. Academic OneFile
      2. Find peer-reviewed, full-text articles from journals in the areas of the physical and social sciences, technology, medicine, engineering, the arts, technology, literature, and more. Undergraduate researchers can expand and refine search results through the Topic Finder and citation tools are integrated directly into the user’s workflow
    1. Select this link to access InfoTrac Student Edition
      1. InfoTrac Student Edition
      2. Secondary school students will have access to age-appropriate content from magazines, journals, newspapers, reference books, and engaging multi-media covering a wide range of subjects, from science, history, and literature to political science, sports, and environmental studies

    Searching the Free Web

    Research Tips:

    1. Evaluate your sources: sources may include false/incomplete/unconfirmed information. YOU must check to ensure the information is reputable.
      1. How do I check if my source is reputable?
      2. Media Bias Fact Check will tell you about your source's biases and reputation.

    Websites to Try:

    1. The Miller Center - Presidents


      Smithsonian (google your topic + "smithsonian"
    3. Presidential Library & Museums (google your president + "presidential library")
    4. White House Presidents Page
    5. Try Refseek.com - it's like google but will provide more academic and scholarly results!

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