Brainstorm and choose a topic of interest. Below are some suggested **media resources to help you put your essay together:
Use print sources Check Destiny. Some **media sources to consider include any books with selected series dealing with opposing viewpoints such asThe Reference Shelf, Opposing Viewpoints, At Issue, Current Controversies, and Issues and Controversies
Electronic Periodical Resources Here are 4 terrific databases (from e-resources) to use. Remember to use your login & passwords to use these remotely.
Click the e-resources icon on the digital IMC homepage. The suggested **databases to consider include any media dealing facts, statistics, examples, anecdotes, quotations, graphs or tables to support your argument such as:
Use the Web - these should have a credible authors (experts to support your arguments) and statistical information such as: