1) Search the databases and websites linked below for your topic. Remember to try alternate search terms.
2) When using a search engine to find additional sources, be critical of the sources you find.
Use the ABCs of website evaluation to determine if the source is credible:
A = Authority Who is the author or which organization created the website?
B = Bias Is the website biased by its creator's purpose or mission? What can you tell about the purpose of the site based on the domain name (.com, .edu, .gov, .org)?
C = Current Content Was the content created recently enough for your research needs?
3) Use NoodleTools to track your citations and take notes.
Email librarian with any questions or comments catherine.scholl@SHAbrynmawr.org