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ONE documented source is required. Do not cite more than TWO total sources in Essay 3. Sources must be academic / library sources such as an academic journal or a book (these could be available electronically).
Your chosen topic will determine where you should look for research. Some library collections are multi-disciplinary, while others are much more focused.
Provides topic overviews as well as collects a variety of sources, including statistics, reference materials, journal articles, news articles, images, and audio broadcasts.
You can save time by searching several EBSCO databases at once! Keep in mind -- there's fantastic content in non-EBSCO databases, too: don't feel limited to just these options just because of this trick.
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Consider which disciplines apply to your specific topic when choosing your databases.