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*** The front pages of the three Controversial Issues databases each have some wonderful lists of topics.

If you are looking for inspiration, check out some ideas there!*** 

 

 

 Start your research on the MHS Library home page.

 

http://metuchenschools.org/mhs, then Library in the sidebar.

 

Books on the shelves at MHS:

     Search the MHS Library catalog from any computer with Internet access -  click on Search the Library Catalog.  Try a variety of search terms related to your topic – library catalogs have a very specialized vocabulary, so if you are having trouble finding material, please ask the librarian!

 

     If your results include items with a blue e or a triangle, they are ebooks or video clips. Please check the Search the Catalog page (link in the left column) for the passwords you need to open them.

 

Databases:

     Click on Databases then:

 

 

Controversial Issues:

 

Issues: Understanding Controversies & Society (meshinf/mhslib1!)

 

Points of View (meshinf/mhslib1!)

 

Issues & Controversies  (29305000443887)

 

 

Government/History:

 

AP Images (meshinf/mhslib1!)

 

History Database Center (29305000443887)

 

**InfoTrac Periodical Collections (metu_log)

                     Popular Culture, US History, World History

 

 

 

Magazines and Newspapers:

       

EBSCO (meshinf/mhslib1!)

   Student Research Center, MasterFile

 

**InfoTrac Custom Newspapers (metu_log)

 

ProQuest (searches New York Times between 1851 - today)

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