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WGS 103: Introduction to LGBTQ Studies: Home
You need to find sources to inform your group's class session, at least as many as you have members in your group. Two of the sources must be scholarly, but you can also draw from magazines, news, blogs, web pages, etc.
Lots of information to find; the trick is to choose things that have valid information. If you use a source you found through a Google search, make sure you know something about the person or organization that created the information.
A general database that has both scholarly and popular articles
You may also want to search Google Scholar, which searches a multidisciplinary, non-curated, collection of materials. If so, be sure to first go to Menu>Settings>Library Links and type University of Maine, click the box and save, to get access to the most full text.