Use the book catalog to find print resources available in our library. If you log in using your LP username & password, you can put books on hold.
Databases- you will need the username & password to access from home
NoveList helps you find fiction and non-fiction texts about a particular topic. You can also search for "read-alikes" as well as by genre or topic.
You will find a lot of topical information under Points of View. You may also want to try Student Resource Center. Otherwise, select All Databases. Then make sure you select all & click on full text.
Opposing Viewpoints in Context- Explores issues in business/economics, energy/environment, family, health/medicine, law/politics, science/technology/ethics, society/culture, war/diplomacy and includes links to hot topics from the NYTimes, USA Today, & Newsweek.
Gale Student Resources in Context- Includes full text magazines, newspapers and reference book articles including biographies, history, science and literature.
CQ Researcher (Congressional Quarterly) puts out a VERY in depth report
Reference E-Books are a great source for information on a large variety of topics including biographies, history, literature, and many more!
ABC Cli- Understanding Issues
SIRS Researcher- In-depth, full text articles on many subjects such as health, economics, business, science and history. Has a wonderful Pro-Con section.
Wilson has a great selection of full text articles. Make sure you click on FULL TEXT!