In Composition II, we expand the range of recommended databases, introducing some specialized and subject databases. This page also includes some links to important statistics sites. We encourage you to explore these resources, and remember that librarians are always standing by to help!
No full text? Use Full Text Finder to find full-text in another database or in paper copy. If the article is unavailable at Upstate, you can order it through Interlibrary Loan.
These are great places to begin research on current issues. Opposing Viewpoints and Points of View Reference Center contain viewpoints on current and controversial issues, but also much more: a variety of articles from magazines or scholarly journals, government information and primary sources, depending on the database.
The databases below are also excellent places to look for articles for your paper. Academic OneFile and Academic Search Premier are similar in scope and content, but they will have a different selection of full-text, so it is worth searching both.
There is a subject guide to the library's databases at the link below. Use it to locate databases in a specific academic area.
These databases listed below may also be helpful.