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These library databases feature easy-to-use menus to help you select a topic. Using a menu can also lead you to background info and multiple sources all in one place.
Follow the steps under each link below:
America's News (Newsbank) This link opens in a new window
This is a database of news sources, such as major daily newspapers. To access menus, try Special Reports, Hot Topics, and Suggested Topics.
Britannica Academic (Britannica) This link opens in a new window
A comprehensive resource for college-level learners, researchers, and faculty. Includes encyclopedia articles, full-text journal and magazine articles, primary sources, multimedia, and more. To access a menu, under Explore Britannica Academic, select Articles.
Florida Electronic Library
Digital books, magazines, and newspapers focused on a variety of topics, including current events, business, education, technology, and health issues. To access a menu, explore Subjects, or, scroll to Browse resources by interest.
General OneFile (Gale) This link opens in a new window
A general subject resource containing news, magazine and academic journal articles.To view a menu, use the Browse by Topic row of buttons under the Search box.
Opposing Viewpoints (Gale) This link opens in a new window
A complete, one-stop resource for information on social issues. Two ways to explore more than 450 issues and find background info and multiple sources in one place. Browse all issues alphabetically, or, click Topics for smaller, more specific lists.
Science (Gale) This link opens in a new window
Content from reference resources along with articles from magazines, academic journals, news artiicles, experiments, videos, and more. To access menus, scroll to Browse all topics alphabetically. On the Browse Topics page, you may click the Topics dropdown for topics arranged by subject.