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English 201 Madsen Research Guide: Home

Information on source types and evaluating information for English 201

Investigating Climate Change

Briggs Library has a number of resources for investigating climate change and the rhetoric surrounding the issue. This guide provides information on research, including information evaluation. Please consult Linda Kott, your English Subject Librarian, or the librarian on duty via our Ask @Briggs service for additional help with your research.

Quick Search

On the library's home page use the Quick Search option to access PRIMO Discovery Service.  Quick Search searches the library's catalog and a number of the library's databases simultaneously.

Academic Search Premier

LexisNexis Academic Database

Subject-Specific Databases

Some library databases limit their coverage to certain topic areas. These subject-specific databases are valuable for in-depth and scholarly research.

Climate change topics can vary considerably and so will the databases you may want to consult. Use the library's Research Guides to identify recommended databases in a variety of subject areas. Examples of subject-specific database are listed below.

Example Web Sites

Briggs Library Research Guides

Climate change topics can vary considerably and so will the databases you may want to consult. Library Research Guides will help you identify recommended databases in a variety of subject areas. Examples of Research Guides are linked below. Use the library's comprehensive list of Research Guides for more options.

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