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Presearching

Presearching is a way to get a quick overview and information that will help you begin your research in the library databases.  You can use familiar sources like Wikipedia or Google to find additional keywords, ways to broaden and narrow your topic, and areas you might be interested in as a focus. 

You can support and enhance your speeches with some of the statistics, visual and other resources given in the box below.  

The Argument Overview databases below can help you to identify arguments and opinions related to your topic.  They are also good for locating new topics.

 

Statistics, Image, and Media Resources

Argument Overview Sources

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