When you see something of interest, note the terminology that is used in the discussion. Try to isolate key concept words or key phrases to use when searching the online catalog and electronic databases.
Access to NYTimes.com provides:
This database features a box you can check to limit your search to scholarly/peer-reviewed articles. You can include other EBSCOhost databases in your search by clicking on "Choose databases" and selecting them.
These databases contain scholarly journals in a wide variety of subjects.
Whether you are researching a topic that's new to you or just need a few quick facts, reliable information can be found in reference books.
Wikipedia is an encyclopedia written collaboratively; anyone with internet access can write and edit Wikipedia articles. Users can contribute anonymously, under a pseudonym, or, if they choose to, with their real identity.
Gale Virtual Referance Library (GVRL) is a collection of encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized reference sources; these trusted, authoritative reference works are available 24/7