These databases will help you find articles for your research paper. In order to access them you must log in at the top of the page.
click on the box that says Online Resources this will take you to the list of databases we subscribe to.
SIRS (Social Issues Researcher) and Gale Databases has excellent resources for your topics as well as Opposing Viewpoints
Search Tips and Tricks
1. Use keyword or natural language search.
2. Use "and", "or", "not" to broaden or narrow your search
3. Use quotation marks to search for words in a particular order.
ProCon.org - Pros and Cons of Controversial Issues
Controversial Issues links
IDEA: International Debate Education Association - Debate Resources & Debate Tools
Contacting your representatives:
USA.gov: The U.S. Government's Official Web Portal
Our District | Congresswoman Kathy Hochul
Laws and Regulations – General Reference Resources: USA.gov
Data and Statistics – General Reference Resources: USA.gov
DISC: Data in the News
Databases A-Z - Alfred C. O'Connell Library You need a login and password for these databases (if you have signed up for GCC classes, passwords and logins will be assigned to you)
The 5 W's of Cyberspace | Handout easy website evaluation
Plagiarism Tutorial Interactive Review of Plagiarism
VoiceThread - Group conversations around images, documents, and videos
OSLIS MLA Secondary Citation Maker Another useful citation tool (best)
Citation Machine A web tool to help you make perfect citations!
Springfield Township High School Research Integrity Policy
Noodle Tools Noodle tools is a free online citation maker with detailed instructions on citing all resources (very detailed)
Duke University Citation Guides Guide to "in-text citation"
GCC Alfred C. O'Connell Library citation guides APA, MLA and CHICAGO style sheets
Gale resource portal.
Offera relevant, credible resources that tell the whole story on major issues and world conflicts of the day.
Facts and arguments on current events topics and social issues.