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This LibGuide is designed to organize various screencast tutorial videos of how to use the OE databases. Enjoy!
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Opposing Viewpoints in Context
This is a great database for research topics on which people have multiple opinions. Like, "Should all U.S. states legalize physician-assisted suicide?" This can be a helpful place to start if you have to write a persuasive essay.
Student Research Center
This database has information on a wide variety of topics. It also contains sources from magazines, newspapers, reference books, photographs, charts, maps, and more. It's a great, general database-- but it doesn't offer you much help in deciding your search terms or topics (unlike Opposing Viewpoints in Context). So you may need to be more precise in brainstorming multiple search terms: for example teen mental health you might also try adolescent mental health.