Students will research a problem currently affecting south Florida's environment. Current and concrete data on the dimensions of the problem and why it is a problem should be explored. After examining what has been done to remedy the problem thus far, students will propose a modest, but viable, solution to the problem. Below is a list of research topics:
A database is a searchable collection of information. In library research, a database is where you can find sources such as journal, newspaper, and magazine articles. Some databases offer sources on various subject areas while others are specific to a discipline or subject area.
Online Research Databases
The following online sources are great tools to begin your research. They are accessible from any computer/mobile device with Internet access, and also off-campus using your BC student ID and MMDD of your birth date. Click link to access additional online resources.
Opposing Viewpoints in ContextDescription of this database.