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Have you looked at Step by Step for Finding Books and Using Popular Databases,
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Search LexisNexis -- for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution
Search EBSCOHost ERIC
Search The United States Census
If the popular databases are not enough for your argument, social science, or public policy topic, this page opens the door to step-by-step guides to specialized, local, and statistical information.
Argument papers are often Comm 1201 and Engl 1101 assignments, while public policy and social science topics: include subjects having to do with psychology, education issues, social problems, or crime, among other topics.
For science, medical, or technology topics, try the Science and Technology Databases page.
Accessing the AJC with LexisNexis -- for issues with a local emphasis.
Accessing the New York Times with LexisNexis -- Break through that paywall and include the New York Times in your sources.
Step by Step Breaking through Newspaper Paywalls with Lexis Nexis -- For at least four other paywalled newspapers, LexisNexis is the way to go!
Step by Step with Proquest ABI/Inform for business, innovation, regulation, and public policy.
Step by Step Accessing the Wall Street Journal say "goodbye paywall" and hello to America's, definitive, business newspaper.
Step by Step with Proquest Historical Newspapers -- Historical newspapers, some going back to the 1800's are back!
Step by Step with PAIS -- a great choice for finding overlooked items in the social sciences and for foreign affairs topics.
Step by Step wtih EBSCOHost Professional Development Collection -- learn to use another education database.
Step by Step with the Oxford English Dictionary -- learn the history, origin, or meaning of words.
Step by Step with Statistical Abstract of the United States ProQuest makes this premier statistical resource available and keeps it current.Step by Step Custom Tables with the US Census -- United States population and social science statistics.