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In addition to article databases and e-books, the Library provides access to these online resources grouped by category.
For off-campus access, you will need to enter your email username and password to get into the resource. As long as you leave your browser window open, you can come back to the Library website and select another resource without logging in again.
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- A good first stop when researching controversial topics or writing an opinion paper
- Hundreds of topics, each with an overview, point, counterpoint and critical thinking guide
- Reports cover public policy, international affairs, economics, health education, law and the environment
- Includes overviews, historical backgrounds, pro and con viewpoints and timelines
- Reports about 263+ countries, each U.S. state, Canadian provinces and territories
- Includes information about history, geography, language, religion, customs, lifestyle and society
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