This guide will help you find resources from your research question.
Searching is a dynamic process - you should expect change as your topic evolves! It also requires flexible thinking and persistence: you'll hit some dead ends before you find sources that fit your research question. Using your research log to track your searching and sources will help you through this process.
This guide will:
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What are library databases and why use them?
A Library Database is an online index or catalog of searchable information.
Need to find background information about your topic? Not sure where to start?
Find Reports on Current Issues
Where do I find library databases? Look for the Research Databases icon on the library homepage.
Select your database by subject or by the database name.
How do I select a database?
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