On this tab, students can find more in-depth information related to their topic. Explore news articles, documentaries, e-books, or academic journal articles.
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Click on the video to review more about library databases.
Learn more about peer-review (from Eastern Michigan University Library)
For your topic, it might be best to use an e-book to find in-depth information. Books provide comprehensive information. It may help to think of each chapter as a single article that focuses on one aspect of a topic. Generally, a book compiles chapters that focus on a specific aspect of your topic into one overarching book.
Additionally, reference books, which provide a brief summary of a topic, are a good place to start when you are learning about an unfamiliar topic.
News reports and magazine features are great places to look for stories and examples. Films on Demand contains educational videos and documentaries that are also good sources for stories.
These stories or examples can help to create a humanizing feature for your audience particularly when partnered with factual information.
Academic (scholarly) journals and trade publications are often written by experts in specific fields. Subject matter experts will be able to provide you with in-depth research related to your topic.
Consider using a source that has a distinct author versus a reference source which provides general or background information. Search the Internet to learn more about the author's credentials or qualifications to write on the topic. Ask yourself, does the author support their statements with statistics, facts, or background information?