6 Hunger in America

LIBRARY SOURCES
Use the following databases to find authoritative and accurate articles on your topics.

ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA - LOOK UP YOUR STATE

GLOBAL ISSUES IN CONTEXT


SEARCHING AT HOME 

When you are looking for articles in databases at home, you will be required to enter a USERNAME + PASSWORD to start using the database.

Here is the list of links to, usernames and passwords for the databases you are being asked to use for this project.


EBSCO DISCOVERY SERVICE + EBOOKS 
Go to: http://search.ebscohost.com
User ID: s8833303
Password: password


GLOBAL ISSUES IN CONTEXT
Go to: http://find.galegroup.com/gic/start.do?prodId=GIC&userGroupName=mlin_m_beaver
Library card #: beaver
TIPS + TRICKS
Remember to keep your searches SIMPLE.
Do not use a lot of words, phrases, or any sentences when searching.

EBSCO
Look at the "popular terms" pop up box when you begin typing in your keyword search. Consider using those!

WHEN YOU FIND AN ARTICLE YOU WANT TO BOOKMARK OR SAVE IN YOUR GOOGLE DOC, YOU MUST COPY THE PERMANENT LINK; DO NOT COPY THE URL AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE. IT WON'T WORK!

GLOBAL ISSUES IN CONTEXT
Use the Browse Topics feature, rather than searching. Find the Hunger Relief Topic Guide in the list, then use the Topic Page search for "United States".
WEBSITES
Find sources through Google and use the ones below. Remember to make sure they are credible, reliable, accurate, and current.


GOOGLE SEARCH:
food insecurity + state you are researching