October 30th, 2009

CQ Researcher Database – New Guide Available

There’s a new guide available for learning more about and using CQ Researcher database. You can find it by going to the Library Homepage and following this path:

  1. Click Articles, Books and More (your one-stop-shop for all of the Capella subscribed databases)
  2. Scroll down the alphabetical list of databases until you see CQ Researcher. Underneath the database link is the link to the User Guide. Click to open!

CQ Researcher publishes 44 unbiased, heavily researched reports each year on timely and often controversial issues relating to health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology, and the economy. Reports are written by “seasoned” journalists and include a link to the author’s brief biography.

Note: CQ Researcher is not a peer reviewed journal.

CQ Researcher is a great source for undergraduates, but can also be useful for assignments not requiring peer reviewed articles or for finding background information on a topic that is considered controversial.

Check it out today!

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-Sommer

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