Answered By: Susan Steele Last Updated: Jun 14, 2018 Views: 63
Answered By: Susan Steele
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2018 Views: 63
- Choose an appropriate library research guide, where you'll find recommended resources for finding articles, books, and more for different subject disciplines (anthropology, biological sciences, etc.)
- If you're not sure of your topic, most research guides have a tab or sub-tab for finding background information. The resources there can help you find topic overviews and aspects of a broad topic that interest you.
- Explore general topic keywords in research databases or in OneSearch to read abstracts of recent articles, get ideas, and see what's available.
Contact a librarian if you have questions about any of the library's resources or how to use them. For clarification of specific class assignments and requirements, please check with your professor.