Below is a list of popular sources that might make good starting points for your research in this course. It is not comprehensive. Depending on your topic, there may be many more in the databases listed below that will have good information you can use!
The above links all go out to the public facing websites of these sources. If you hit an article that you want the full text of and cannot access it, look in the library's catalog or Journals A-Z list to see if we have a subscription to the source. If we do, you can access it through HuskyFetch. If not, you can borrow it via Interlibrary Loan.
If the databases below don't look like they contain quite what you need, go to the Databases page of the library website. Here you can look for other databases by topic.
These interactive tutorial videos will introduce you to the basic skills and knowledge you need to get your research started. (Note: Tutorials have video and audio components)