Infobase is delighted to announce that exciting enhancements have just been made to its Issues & Controversies database. The result is an even more powerful database that better showcases Infobase’s award-winning content and helps users quickly locate specific types of material needed for their research on today’s crucial issues.
The enhancements include:
- Thousands of editorials and opinions from renowned newspaper sources—including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Toronto Star, Miami Herald, Houston Chronicle, and more—via NewsEdge
- Improved organization of content and taxonomy for a more intuitive and user-friendly research experience
- Enhanced navigation, with new breadcrumb trails throughout the database
- New Issue Index page, alphabetically organized, with convenient subject filters
- Redesigned Issue and Article pages that make it simpler to see all of the available content in one place
- New tabbed search results and navigation at the top of each Pro/Con article that help users quickly locate specific types of material needed for their research
- More prominent location for the Curriculum Tools—under its own heading at the top of each page—for easier access by educators and students.
“With our newly redesigned interface, students will now be able to access all this essential material quickly and easily, making this database the one-stop source for research on today’s hot-button issues and conflicts,” Andrew Gyory, editor-in-chief of Issues & Controversies, said in a statement. “I invite you to check out the exciting, new Issues & Controversies.”
The winner of 7 major awards, Issues & Controversies is an ideal resource for research papers, debate preparation, and persuasive writing assignments. This valuable database for academic, public, and K–12 school libraries helps researchers understand today’s crucial issues by exploring hundreds of hot topics in politics, government, business, society, education, and popular culture.