Below, you'll see recommended sources for each paper. Please remember that there are tutorials for many of these databases on the Tutorial Page. Look for the blue tab above.
Also below, you will find information and links for using EBSCOhost, the library's biggest database and probably the source of most of your research for this class. There are many databases to choose from for your research projects, and you'll find some tutorials for them by clicking on the blue tabs above. You will also see a box that can help you if you have trouble getting into the databases from home.
On the right, you will see additional helpful contacts and resources, including my contact information. If you want to ask me a question, I suggest you email me or send me a message through the Canvas Inbox (Jacqueline Burger).
Good luck with your course!
You are so lucky! Professor Luciano recommended some sources within your assignment instructions in Canvas to help you form streamlined search strategies. Definitely follow her suggestions, and if you need additional help navigating them, contact me or any of the other librarians. I thought I would make my own list of suggested sources for you here, right in the LibGuide. Please note that EBSCOhost may be listed for more than one assignment, but you'll be selecting different databases from its collection.
I'll put suggestions for each assignment in its own box (below) to keep things clear.
For this paper, recommended databases are largely going to depend on what topic you've chosen. I can make some suggestions, most echoing Professor Luciano's instructions:
Guess what! You'll all have different topics for this paper. I'd recommend that you consider which previous paper your topic is most like, and use the sources recommended for it. Consult me or one of my library colleagues for additional assistance if you need it. Good luck!