ENG1001: Principles of Writing

Find Articles

These are recommended databases to get you started searching for articles in specific subject areas. In each database you can limit your search by date.

  • Opposing Viewpoints in Context This database presents overviews of controversial topics and provides a wide range of articles, reports, audio and more detailing the various sides of each issue.
  • Academic OneFile This database provides access to peer-reviewed, full-text articles from the world’s leading journals and reference sources.
  • Academic Search Premier This is a good all-purpose database with many full text articles from scholarly journals as well as magazines and newspapers. It covers a wide range of subjects.
  • Newsday for local and regional topics.

  • Proquest Research Library This is a good general database, covering a wide variety of subjects. There are abstracts and full-text articles from a number of scholarly journals and magazines.
  • New York Times for current reports, opinions, and editorials.
  • Health Reference Center Academic contains information from the nursing and allied health fields as well as news and information about personal health.

If you want to expand your search, you can browse all of our available databases by subject.

Books in the Main Stacks

The main stacks (or “Oakdale Circulating”) contain the bulk of the books that you can check out. Search your topic by keyword in the library catalog to find books. Search phrases in quotes (“climate change”). Keep in mind any alternative ways of describing your topic.

Last updated April 02, 2014, at 10:37 AM by DH