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Go to the Courses tab.
Click on Search the Library.
Use your VID number as your Borrower ID (include the V).
(If you have a pre-2008 ID, use the 14 digit number on the back of your Valencia ID instead.)
Use the last 4 digits of your VID number as the PIN.
These color-coded guides and videos will assist you in building or checking your citations.
Opposing Viewpoints is a particularly good place to start when searching for alternate stances on an issue, as the Mash-Up assignment requires you to do.
Search on your topic, e.g. minimum wage, and note the different categories that come up.
Viewpoints Essays, if there are any in your search, are a good category to start with as they contain alternate stances on different issues.
Here are a couple of additional databases like Opposing Viewpoints that may be helpful.
Academic Search Complete is a general database, meaning that it has articles on just about any topic you can imagine.
Use it to find additional sources.
Search tip: use keywords or phrases and insert each concept into a separate box, e.g.
minimum wage in the first box
united states in the second box
college students in the third box
These databases contain videos that can be used for your mash-up.