Good research takes time.
Check multiple resources.
Keep a research log & document every search.
Explore a variety of search terms.
Carefully evaluate all materials.
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Find a good book or article in a Keyword search? Look at its item record to see if there are Subject Terms. Click on these links to find other items about that subject.
Examples of Subject Search Results in CBBcat:
Check the notes, references and bibliographies of every relevant article or book. You may discover a book or article perfect for your topic.
One good source can lead to another!
Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University. "Explore Bioethics Topics" feature. Look for recommended books and journals in CBBcat.
The CDC is one of the major operating components of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature. NIH Exhibition. Information and images.
Articles in scholarly journals are particularly important to academic research.
Look for an option in databases to narrow results to scholarly peer-reviewed articles.