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Recommended Databases for Informative Speech
Academic Search Complete
Academic Search complete is a great place to find more detailed information about your topic. From here you can also search other EBSCO databases by clicking the "Choose Databases" link at the top of the page.
Gale Virtual Reference
This database contains the full text of hundreds of subject specific reference books, which contain close to three-quarters of a million full text scholarly articles that originally appeared in print reference books. Note: The VC Library owns only some of the reference books included in this database in print form.
ProQuest is a general database that is a helpful resource for current as well as historic events and topics.
This database contains the full-text of hundreds of scholarly journals. The journals are available in full-text from the publication was first published (sometimes going back over 200 years!) up until five years from the present day. For recent journal articles, use ProQuest. JSTOR is a great place for historical research or literary criticism research.