What Are Students And Professors
Saying About InfoTrac College Edition®?
"As a Sport Management University student, I am forever doing research on current topics in athletics. Over the last 2 1/2 years I have used your website to do 90% of my research. With scholary journals and current magazine articles I am able to get the most up-to-date information available on the web. Infotrac has helped me maintain a high grade point average with current information and proper writing techniques. Thank you very much."
Chris Gray (student)
"My college experience has been much enhanced by the resources I have found within the Infotrac Online Library. The professional and scientific journal list is extensive enough to enable a complete literature review of a most topics. I find the system easy to use and invaluable to my studies in the field of social work. I can't believe I stumbled upon such a great find in the packaging of a text book! Infotrac has worked out great for me and my needs as a graduate student, and I highly recommend this tool for college students at any level of their studies."
Lianne Willey (student)
"I have mainly used InfoTrac
College Edition® for research of various topics
(Homelessness, Welfare Reforrm, Mental Illness, etc.)
for which I have had Graduate School assignments.
The full-text articles are a great help and invaluable
DJ Schrag (student)
you! I have just completed a well-received presentation
in class using InfoTrac-supplied sources only. I was
able to synthesize viewpoints and data from several
sources and really made my classmates think deeply
about the topic I had chosen. I most definitely told
the class of this positive experience recommending
it as a resource and reminded the Professor afterwards.
His repeated comment, that was some good information
you presented, the class applauded when I completed
the talk and I was able to field some insightful questions
as a result of the research I was able to do on InfoTrac
Thomas Johanson (student)
personally use InfoTrac College Edition® for my
own research, saving myself countless hours at the
library or with other electronic searches which provide
article abstracts only. Having the full text available
allows me to decide its value for my purposes; I can
print out or delete as needed. E.g., I teach a course
in domestic violence and found very little literature
on parricide and on elder abuse. InfoTrac gave me
more than enough to create good lectures on both topics.
For student use, I encourage their using the account
for the same purposes I do, with more assurance that
what they get is "good" stuff--which may
or may not be true of many internet sources."
Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Emporia