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Assignment and Rubric
Some students may have a 4 part assignment and some may have only one final paper. Below are both assignments and both rubrics. Make sure you have the correct assignment.
Criminal Justice This link opens in a new window
Articles on criminal justice topics, including corrections administration, law enforcement, social work, industrial security, drug rehabilitation, and criminal and family law.
Westlaw Campus Research
A premier research service for the law, the federal/state cases, regulations, journal articles, news, and business-related information.
Opposing Viewpoints This link opens in a new window
Viewpoint essays, topic essays, and news and magazine articles on controversial issues. Browse for topics or search.
ProQuest Central This link opens in a new window
Articles on any subject. This is a good place to start.
Video # 1: How to Use this Guide
Start with this video to learn how to use this research guide!
Video #2: What is an Academic Journal?
Purdue Online Wring Lab - APA
CCBC Recommended Citation Guides
Library Session Fall 2022 - Prof. Clocker
Library Session Fall 2022 - Prof. Peay
Click each link to determine what type of source they are. Which one is a government source? Which one is a scholarly, peer-reviewed source? Which one is a newspaper?
At the end of the library session, fill out this form with the new sources that you found.
Click on each of these links and skim the articles to see if there is bias.