Library subscribes to three online databases which can be helpful for your
social issues projects. One is the EBSCO Magazine and Newspaper database. Once you've logged in check out the "Topic
Search" link. Another database is the Opposing
Viewpoints Resource Center, an online version of the Opposing viewpoints
books as well as lots of articles from other sources. Both of these resources have much more than just articles. They
also index books, primary source documents, and websites. The Library also subscribes to CQ Researcher + Archive and CQ Global Researcher. Ask the library
staff for User Names and Passwords for these online resources.
Print resources which have articles on social issues include CQ Researcher (REF 300.973 CQ) and all of the various series books such as Opposing Viewpoints, Current Controversies, At Issue, and others.
See also Help with Social Issues Research. This page will give you help not only with Internet resources but also tell you where to look in the library collections for materials on social issues. For international issues see the Cybrary's World Issues Page. For health and medical issues see the Health Page.