It is usually a good idea to start out broadly, so using just one or two of your topic terms is a good way to begin. Once you have a set of results, you can begin narrowing down your results by entering one or more terms. Searching in a specific field such as "Subject" or "Title" will narrow or focus your results.
Using Library Databases to Find Articles: To locate articles using Library databases, you can click on the Articles & Databases tab from the Library homepage. Listed below are some of the most relevant databases for your research . All are accessible from off campus.
Once you locate a few good articles on your topic, be sure to review the references to other articles that are cited. This is a great way to locate related research articles on your topic. Many databases also provide a link to these articles if they are available electronically. If you don't find a link, be sure to check the Library's Journals A-Z List to see if it's available, If not, you can always use our awesome Interlibrary Loan Service.
All databases provide you with an option to create a personal folder to save articles, citations and searches in one place. You will be required to create an account within the database to use this feature.