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On this guide, you'll find links to resources that will help you with your research projects in NEW 243. Below, you'll find links to recommended databases, tutorials for using many of them, and information on how to contact your New College librarian, Sarah Sahn.
Use this link to access Google Scholar through UA Libraries. Use the Google Scholar citation search tool to find newer articles and access them through UA.
Evaluating Web Sources
Media Bias Fact Check
Evaluates the accuracy and bias of web sources with comprehensive analysis of their reporting.
Detailed fact checking of popular claims made on the internet, with thorough research and links.
Up-to-date fact checking of claims made by politicians and the media.
Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints
Topic overviews, scholarship, opinion, statistics, and primary documents on a range of contemporary social issues, including topics in the sciences.
**If you're stuck trying to find a topic, this is a great place to start!
Web of Science
Web of Science (formerly Web of Knowledge) offers a wide range of interdisciplinary content. Also included: prominent journals and conference proceedings, Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1985-present); Science Citation Index (1955-present); and Social Sciences Citation Index (1900-present).
Information source for scientific, medical, and technical research, and also includes social science and humanities topics. Contains articles on topics such as chemistry, mathematics, computer and materials science, and medicine, and links to journal titles and articles that have been accepted for publication but not yet in print. Users also have access to Medline, a web search engine, and information on available jobs for scientists.
Images of the full text of many scholarly titles in a range of subject areas, including literature, biological sciences, economics, finance, and statistics. Search the archive or pull up a specific article.
Research and Instructional Services Librarian