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Use Databases to Choose a Topic

If you have lost the database passwords sheet I gave you, go to Cubview, login and go to the Burns Library Cubview page http://cubview.loyolahs.edu/class/398/lesson/8240, and look for the password file to print or download it. It's very important to be logged in Cubview with your correct, Loyola email account (lhs.org) or else, you will not be able to download any files.  If you need help, email Mrs. April Hannah at ahannah@loyolahs.edu or else pick up a blue flyer from the library.

  • SIRS Knowledge Source: Pro & Con Issues
    After logging in, you will see the home page which will have a list of issues in alphabetical order. In the center of the page, you will see a group of icons labeled with the "Top 10" Pro & Con issues.
  • ABC-Clio Social Studies & Issues
    After logging in, on the right side of the page under "Database Links" click on "Issues." On the next screen, click on "Explore an Issue." An alphabetical list of social issues appears. Look for one or find information about it.
 

First Step: Think About & Narrow Your Topic

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