Answered By: Rosemary Burgos-Mira
Last Updated: Jun 30, 2014     Views: 56

Before choosing an image for this assignment, you may want to consider speaking with your professor. It sounds like you're having difficulty choosing an image that will fulfill your assignment requirements (e.g., picking "the proper image"), and only your professor can provide you with clear guidelines as to which types of images and topics will satisfy your project requirements. However, you can begin your search for images by browsing the databases for visuals associated with the topics you're already interested in (gun laws, drunk driving, women's roles). This will also give you an idea of the sources (articles, etc.) that will be available for your topic once you begin your research paper. Below, you will find instructions on how to begin browsing images in Academic Search Complete

Step 1. Start with Academic Search Complete from the Library's A-Z Databases page (available at: Once you are in the database, enter your keywords in the search field. 

Step 2.Once your results page loads, you will see a box with images in the right-hand corner of the screen. Click Find More to view additional images related to your keyword search.


Step 3: View images and descriptions.


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