Remember all those kewords? Now's the time to put them to use. First, you need to decide which database to use. Think about your topic. Is it interdisciplinary? If so, a good general database for scholarly resources is Academic Search Complete. If you need resources in a more specific subject area, try browsing our GALILEO databases by subject.
Also consider what type of sources you need. Do you need:
If you are having trouble deciding which database to use, ask us. We can help you.
Your next step is to put your keywords together. Combine them using AND to narrow your search, and OR to broaden it. If at first you don't succeed, try different words, synonyms, and related concepts.
For more about using AND, and OR to combine search words, check out this document:
I keep talking about using bibliographies and notes pages to learn about other articles you might use for your assignment. How do you find those articles in GALILEO? Take a look at this video. If you need help, ask us. We are here to help.
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