Best Information on the Net: The librarians at St. Ambrose University Library have developed a list of links to hot topics on the internet.
California State University Long Beach Library: This University has provided a list of subject links to assist students in choosing paper topics.
Food and Drug Administration: This U.S. agency has provided a helpful list of health/medical hot topics.
Humboldt State University Library: HSU has developed an alphabetical list of links to many resources that can be used for paper topics.
ProCon: "Promoting critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship by presenting controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisan primarily pro-con format."
Public Agenda Online: An excellent website for selecting political topics.
Rand Corporation: "An expanded range of topics that are currently in the news or relevant to the public policy debate. Each page provides further summaries and links to related RAND research and commentary."
Sacramento City College Hot Topics: "Most of these topics are broad and need to be narrowed down to one particular aspect of the issue. Some subtopics are provided here as examples. For help in focusing your topic, see your instructor or one of the reference librarians. You may also wish to consult the lists of subtopics that appear in research databases such as CQ Researcher."
Social Issues: The public librarians at the Multnomah Public Library have provided a list of links to help students research current social issues from multiple perspectives.
Topic Selection Helper: The speech department from the university of Hawaii Maui Community College has provided a list of Hot Topics and Popular Themes.
Writing a research paper: Choosing a Topic: The OWL at purdue has compiled a guide on choosing a topic for research papers and methods for choosing a topic.
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