Answered By: Jennifer Stidham
Last Updated: Jun 19, 2017     Views: 118

The HCC library databases would be a good starting point in location resources for information about science topics like climate change. Once you access the database list through the "Databases" link on the library homepage, you can choose a subject from the "Subject" drop-down menu at the top - like "Sciences" or "Multi-subject."  

Two databases in this collection that might be especially helpful are the InfoTrac Environmental Studies Policies Collection and GREENfile.

Our larger, multi subject databases, also provide helpful resources. Academic OneFile (InfoTrac) and Academic Search Complete are good places to start. Many science issues, like climate change, are covered extensively in general news sources that could be found in these multi-subject databases. 

If you need more general information about using the HCC library databases, try the information here. You will need your HCC "W" number (for students) or your first and last names (for faculty/staff) and personal password in order to access these subscription resources from off-campus computers. 


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