For more general information, the following databases offer full-text articles covering a wide range of topics. Make sure to combine your terms with Boolean AND (to include all terms), or Boolean OR (to include any term).
If you haven't had database searching instruction in ENG 152 or want a refresher, this link to our Information Literacy Tutorial may be of help. Try especially the Search Strategies tab on the Tutorial. Feel free to come see a Reference Librarian if you need more help.
Databases of articles in journals, magazines and newspapers. To limit your search to scholarly articles, check the scholarly journal or peer reviewed box on the search page. To limit your search to full-text articles, check the Full Text box on the search page.
If your research assignment requires you to write about literary criticism or literary themes, start here.
Research Tip: If you were researching the topic "videogame violence" as discussed in the video above, you could also use a great and reliable site such as this: https://www.statista.com/topics/868/video-games/ (Video Game Industry: Statistics & Facts | Statista)
Articles from full-text electronic reference books.
Here are a few examples of the types of e-books you can find in the Reference Databases listed above: