First, you need to determine what tool to use for your search.
To find databases for other fields that may speak to your research, check out the list of Databases by Subject.
Now you'll need to review your list of results to find an article or book that will be useful to you.
Found a reference to an article or book you want to read? Now it's time to locate it!
Sometimes an encyclopedia entry, an article, or a book will list other articles and books that could be useful to you. This tutorial helps you find an article when you only have the citation.
Now use your article and catalog research to update your keywords and return to Step 1.
Your instructor or subject librarian may throw around the term "library database" a lot, but what exactly do they mean? This video from RMIT University in Australia explains the term and how you can use databases for research. (Plus, the narrator has a great accent!)
Transcript available through YouTube.
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