Free Evidence Briefs
We’ve gotten a lot of great feedback over the past year on our free briefs, and while we can’t make them any freer, we can make them better. Please, let us know what you think, and send them around! Not everyone has the resources to pay for briefs and this is one important way to level the playing field.
If you use these briefs please help us and direct other debaters to PremierDebateToday.com/Briefs. The more people that are aware of the service, the more likely it gets to those who need it most.
Each brief lists the authors in the introduction, so if you use one of these topic briefs, send the writers a thank you to know how much you appreciate their efforts.
Best practice for brief use is to use it as a guide for further research. Find the articles and citations and cut them for your own personal knowledge. You’ll find even better cards that way. If you want to use the evidence in here in a pinch, at least re-tag and highlight the evidence yourself so you know exactly what it says and how you’re going to use it. Remember, briefs can be a tremendous resource, but you need to familiarize yourself with the underlying material first.