Start by picking a topic, such as:
The following databases are helpful in finding topic ideas:
Databases are collections of information, usually in the form of articles. The articles come from:
Newspapers, magazines, scholarly journals, and books are considered credible sources because they have an editorial review process. An editorial review process means they have an editor who makes sure information is fact checked before it is published. The editor also issues corrections if the publication makes a mistake in this process.
Databases are a subscription service. College libraries subscribe to them, as do public libraries, and sometimes companies.
Because they are a subscription service, a login is required. To login to these databases,