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Help with ePortfolios
Check out the ePortfolio research guide for help getting started.
For most students, your Culminating Research Paper and Annotated Bibliography will require you to find a minimum of four scholarly peer-reviewed articles about your topic (your instructor MAY have different requirements, so please check).
Use the search box below to get started, and explore the other tabs at the top of this page to dig deeper.
Choosing a Topic -- Looking for Ideas
Specialized databases and websites explain issues within broader contexts and from differing viewpoints. This helps with understanding the "big picture" and can often help with forming ideas for narrowing topics.
Opposing Viewpoints (Gale in Context)
Resource covering today's most relevant social issues in multiple media formats. Includes opinion pieces.
In-depth reports on popular national and global policy issues from 1991-present. Written by experienced journalists, footnoted, and professionally fact-checked.
Magazine and Scholarly Articles
These interdisciplinary databases provide access to articles from general and professional magazines, scholarly journals and some newspapers.
An Alternative to JEWL Search
The ProQuest All-Database Search is similar to JEWL Search in that it searches content in a variety of library databases. The contents in this search will have some crossover with JEWL Search, but there is also unique content here.