Your Research Librarian has put together a guide for you to help you perform research.
This guide will be helpful when finding information for your presentation.
We have already reviewed your topics and you can find valid, accurate, and credible sources for a variety of topics in the resources we've listed on this guide.
Remember that your research and presentations will be viewed by instructors and peers who are expecting to see library resources, and not just information you found using Google which are questionable and often times may lack credibility or factual correctness.
Follow the instructions below:
1) Find Books
Use this page to find books about various topics and where to find them.
This is where you'll find a majority of information for your topic. There are two databases to use, and you should use both as the databases cover different aspects of your topic. You'll also be able to find information about culture, art, and gender issues.
Use these resources to find general information.
4) Find Images
You'll need to have images for your presentation, and there are two very good resources to help you find ones that visually represent your topic.
Here's where you can schedule your group to meet with a Research Consultant at the Library.
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