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Getting started with researching copyright issues
Here is a list of sources to get you started on research for your annotated bibliography and final paper for this course.
It's best to find books on your topic first. Begin with a basic search of the catalog by using keywords in the drop down menu below. Below the basic catalog search is a link to the advanced search which allows you more flexibility with keywords and limiting results.
Next, use the databases below to find academic journal articles as well as newspaper articles on your topic if you're researching a more current topic.
Academic Search Complete This link opens in a new window
Use this multidisciplinary database to locate a particular copyright issue you'd like to write about. This covers academic journals as well as some newspapers and news magazines.
Credo Reference This link opens in a new window
Use this database to look up terms or concepts with which you are unfamiliar.
Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis Academic) This link opens in a new window
Locate articles on current copyright issues in major world newspapers.
Research guides at the Mansfield Library
Once you have a look at the catalog and other databases listed here, you may want to use more subject-specific databases. Visit this link to choose a subject area and explore the related resources.
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