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ENGL 1020: Introduction to Contemporary World Literature (O'Driscoll)

English 102, Spring 2018

News Sources

You can discover many news sources through a simple web search (using the strategies below) or by searching in one of the library's databases, including the following:

Web Searching

Searches on the Open Web can often return irrelevant or non-scholarly results.  Begin your searches in the library catalogs and databases whenever you can; however, Web searches can sometimes be useful for discovering scholarly sources and background information.  Try limiting your search by various domains, or narrow your search using the tips below.  Don't forget to evaluate your sources.

Limit your search by domain:​

Limit your search to words in the title:

Remove unwanted results:

Additional Tips for Searching

Use the Google Advanced Search screen to conduct advanced searches including, but not limited to, those types listed above.

See Google's Cheat Sheet for further tips on constructing and refining your searches.

See Nancy Blachman's GoogleGuide for even more tips.