Subject Guide Banner for Northwest Mississippi Community College



Academic Search Premier - Find articles on a variety of subjects, including literature.

CREDO Reference - Discover background information about the topic you are researching.Link to YouTube video demo

Issues and Controversies - Information about today's pressing issues. Includes a guide to selecting a research topic.

Masterfile Premier - Over 1700 full-text periodicals on general interest subjects.

Opposing Viewpoints - Research the pros and cons of issues.Link to YouTube video demo

SIRS Issues Researcher - Includes pro and con articles linked to a specific issues.Link to YouTube video demo

Statista - A large collection of statistics, infographics, and market study reports.


NWCC Library Books - Search the library catalog for books at any Learning Resource Center.

Speech - EBSCO eBooks Link to YouTube video demo


Public Speaking Video Collection - From Films on Demand, this collection includes videos of famous speeches. Link to YouTube video demo

Speech - A collection of videos, newsreels, documents, and images, including current events. Link to YouTube video demo

How to Do Oral Citations in Speeches - Information on how to cite your sources during your speech.

Can't Lie on the Internet - What you find out on the Internet may not true.

TED Talks on Communcation - Short videos on various aspects of communicating.


American Rhetoric - Transcripts of famous American speeches. Also includes audio and video.

Creating Your Presentation - Tips on speech preparation from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Evaluating Information - Applying the CRAAP Test - How to find reliable information.

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Find out about salaries, education level requirements, and more for many different careers.

Toastmasters International - Free resources on public speaking.



Faulkner's Speech Survey - Rate the instruction you received from Ms. Faulkner about library resources for speech.


Speech Orientation Evaluation - Rate the library instruction you received from Oxford LRC staff.