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The following databases and websites are good starting points for Public Policy research
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Public Policy Quick Start Guide

1. Article Literature

Academic Search Premier, LexisNexis, and OmniFile Full-Text Select are good databases to use when searching for artciles on Public Policy. Starting your article search in these databases will usually yield the best results. However, if you still can't find the right article, click on the Articles Tab to find more places to search.

2. Background Information

Background information can be found using Gale Virtual Reference Library, and this is typically the best place to start your reference search. There are also several books in the Library's physical and electronic collection. Click on the Books Tab to search our catalog, and Reference Tab for more ideas.

3. Statistical Information

There are many places to find data and statistics covering a wide variety of Public Policy related topics. Click on the Websites Tab to view options.

4. Still can't find what you are looking for?

Ask a librarian! You can find our contact information on the right side of this page.

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