Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Opposing Viewpoints in Context

When students tell us that they need to find various viewpoints from experts on topics in the news, we recommend Opposing Viewpoints in Context database as a good place to start. Graphs and charts of statistics can be found alongside excellent coverage from major newspapers, periodicals, (with a clear distinction between magazines and scholarly journals), websites, court cases, special interest group resources, and newswires. The site can be used by those with sight challenges or a preference for auditory learning through listening to speech-enabled materials.

Related resources within the database are conveniently linked, and interactive maps retreived in searches provide links to download data as CSV files. 

- Posted October 23, 2015 by Kathy DeMey (4:33 PM)