This research worksheet is a helpful planning guide for researching a general topic using library databases.
When using Google, you can increase your odds of finding credible resources by using a domain-specific search to pull information from specific domains such as .gov, .org, and .edu (but you'll still have to evaluate all information your find!).
How to Do a Domain-Specific Search
Source Evaluation Wheel
Check out the following guides for more information on how to find books and articles through the library:
|In-person: Book a Librarian for one-on-one research help via Zoom.|
|E-mail a Librarian|
|Chat 24/7 via the Ask a Librarian button on the library's homepage or the chat box on the side.|