Deciding what to do your research on can be difficult and frustrating. Mind Mapping is one way to help you narrow your idea; this video will show you how!
(Thanks goes to the University of West Florida Libraries)
Sources that may provide ideas for topics on current events:
- Opposing Viewpoints in Context - This database is a one-stop source for information on social issues. It contains current event topics, facts, and the arguments of each topic's proponents and detractors.
- CQ Press Library - This database provides access to:
- CQ Public Affairs Collection - materials on key public policy topics
- CQ Researcher - covers weekly in-depth original reporting on major, controversial issues with complete summaries and bibliographies
- CQ Weekly - focuses primarily on legislative news and analysis
- NPR Online - National Public Radio news provides high quality, non-profit, and non-commercial publicly supported radio news and information programming along with in-depth news and features with interviews and commentary.