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Communication 101  

A guide to resources that aid Communication 101 and Speech.
Last Updated: Jun 27, 2014 URL: http://guides.boisestate.edu/com101 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Navigate to the various topics by clicking on the tabs at the top of this page.

If you want to just jump right in and begin searching, a quick search box for Academic Search Premier is below.

Places to Find Info on Speech Topics

  • Academic Search Premier (DATABASE)
    A general database that has information on most any subject. Includes magazines, academic journals and newspapers.
  • CQ Researcher
    A goldmine of information on issue topics. A great place to find a pro/con statement. Each issue also contains a bibliography of relevant resources.
  • Congressional Digest (Journal)
    A journal similar to CQ researcher. Provides a more political viewpoint to Pro/Con statements. Great for issue topics under consideration by Congress.
  • Idaho Statesman
    Search issues from 1999. The daily paper captures the Idaho experience, deliver Idaho news and information, contribute to positive change and respect your right to know.
  • Oxford Reference Online
    Need brief information on your topic? Try here.
  • Albertsons Library Catalog
    The online catalog shows what books are available in Albertsons Library. Books, yes books, still are a tried and true source for speech topic information. Consider searching for book series such as Contemporary Issues, Opposing Viewpoints, etc. Use Quotes
  • Albertsons Library Article Databases
    Try selecting a database from the many available to Boise State University students. Use the drop down menu to select databases by subject.

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