Post the title, author, and publication of an article you found using a library database. Also tell us which database you used (see below for links).
Re-read Lauren Duca’s “The Viral Virus” (Packet I). Look up any words you need to know in order to understand this article and to write well about it.
Below are some Databases to Play With (for most of these, you need an activated City Tech ID/library card)
REFERENCE SOURCES (a good place to begin: big-picture info on a word/topic):
(search usage of key terms in Google searches, from 2004–present)
RESOURCES FOR GENERAL/NON-SCHOLARLY ARTICLES (step 2: use non-scholarly sources for deepening your understanding of a topic)
(tertiary source on debates; especially good for topics in politics and news)
RESOURCES FOR SCHOLARLY ARTICLES (step 3: here is where you will find the most detailed, rigorous (challenging-to-read) academic work on a topic)
(general array of scholarly texts; not discipline specific)
(humanities and social science articles; theory)
OTHER POSSIBLY HELPFUL & INTERESTING RESOURCES
(full-length films and documentaries)
(literary criticism & theory)