Answered By: Mycah Sylvain
Last Updated: Jun 20, 2016     Views: 113

If you are having trouble selecting a topic for a paper, a good place to start is the Opposing Viewpoints in Context database. Opposing Viewpoints brings together a variety of information types on a wide range of topics and issues. See our short Opposing Viewpoints in Context: Browse Issues  video to learn how to use Opposing Viewpoints to discover and refine topics for research.

Remember that Picking Your Topic IS Research and to not get frustrated when you don't find that One Perfect Source.

Noel Studio consultants are also available to advise you on narrowing a topic and developing a good thesis statement. And you are always welcome to schedule a research appointment with a librarian.