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Finding Images

Page history last edited by JSRCC Library 11 years, 3 months ago

ENG-112 - Beverly Aronowitz

 

Objective:

To find an image (e.g., cartoon, drawing, photo, poster) that engages/compels you because of:  

 

  • visual clues - information, facts, statistics (logos)
  • emotion (pathos)
  • credibility (ethos)
  • shared values - patriotism, religion, cultural history (mythos)

 

General:

 Search tips: 

Use both primarysearch terms (e.g., obama, unemployment, health care costs, gas crisis) and secondary search terms (e.g., editorial, cartoon, statistics, chart, ad)

 

Search tips: 

Type in your search terms or browse by time period, people, places, events, sports, and culture.

 

Search tips: 

Type in your search terms or browse by subject category.

 

Search tips: 

Type in your search terms. 

 

Search tips: 

Type in your search terms or browse by time collection.

 

Editoral Cartoons:

 

 

Database Image Search:

Search tips: 

From the EBSCOhost search screen, move your mouse over More from the blue bar near the top of the screen.  When the More menu drops down, click on Images

From the Images search screen, you can Limit your results to Image Type (e.g., black & white photo, color photo, graph, map, chart, diagram, illustration)

Use only primary search terms (e.g., obama, unemployment, health care costs, gas crisis)

 

Search tips: 

Click on Editorial Cartoons & Questions from the Special Features box.  When the Editorial Cartoons web page appears, browse by subject category.

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