If you're working on a research project with a professor or faculty mentor, they may recommend articles to help you begin your readings of the literature. You can use these as a jumping off point to locate additional sources.
A few suggestions:
|Before searching, brainstorm some keywords based on your topic. The infographics below can help.
|Search systematically and keep track of your search terms; this will help you figure out which search strategies provide the best results.
|Save and organize the articles and other sources you wish to set aside for further reading and give your files names that make sense for you, e.g. Smith_2015.pdf (Author last name_publication year.pdf).
You will need to use keywords to search for information online and in library resources. Follow this guidance to identify keywords that will be useful for searching.