Answered By: Reference Librarians Last Updated: Sep 02, 2016 Views: 50
First, go to the library home page and click the down arrow next to the tab on the upper left side of the page that says "Library Resources". Then click on "Find Articles." You will see a selection of Databases to choose from.
Opposing Viewpoints may work well for your topic. You would click on that database and then search "opposing views on vaccinations" or any other key words related to your topic. Some topics will have full reports which will include Viewpoint Essays which will look at both the pro and cons of that specific topic.
You could also scroll down on the library database page and click on one of the sub-divided key words that will take you to a specific database, such as Health.
For more information, call the library at 330.490.7185 or email us for a research consultation at firstname.lastname@example.org