RECR 275 - Professional Practicum and Seminar: Home
Recommended Databases for Arguments
In the first four boxes below there are recommended databases for finding supporting articles for an argument.
Databases recommended for the argument "physical activity boosts brainpower"
Physical Activity Boosts Brainpower
Databases recommended for the argument "Nature is good for kids diagnosed with ADHD"
Nature is Good for Kids Diagnosed with ADHD
Recommended databases for the argument "Recreation Promotes Community Development"
Recreation Promotes Community Development
Recommended databases for the argument "Ecotourism Promotes Cultural Awareness"
Ecotourism Promotes Cultural Awareness
And more databases
Here are a few more databases that may have information relevant to your needs:
A sample of scholarly journals in the field of ecotourism. Any topic will have many specialized journals like this.
Human Dimensions of Wildlife (No Western subscription, Use ILL)
Databases recommended for information about companies and industries. Background information for job searches and interviews. Foundation Directory and Foundation Grants have information about grants.
Practical things to know about using library resources.
- Sign in for full access
Signing into OneSearch ensures that you have full access to articles, eBooks, and other scholarly materials. Once you authenticate through the sign-in process, you can expect increased (and sometimes, immediate) access to materials.
- Use ILL
ILLiad is a system where you may request items not held by WWU or other Summit libraries. This includes articles and physical items, such as books. The first time you use ILLiad you will have to create an account. Please review the policies carefully. Articles will typically be delivered electronically and books and other items mailed to our library where you can pick them up. , depending on the loaning institutions policies and copyright issues. You will receive an email letting you know when your ILLiad request has been filled.
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