Write out a few detailed sentences about your topic.
Create a list of related keywords and phrases.
Brainstorm a list of synonyms for your keywords.
List abbreviations and alternate spellings of words.
Brainstorm for broader and narrower terms.
Research databases allow you to search for articles by subject.
Research databases often specialize in a subject or type of material.
Research databases only include items owned in print by your library.
Research databases always offer citations, and may also include abstracts or full text of articles.
A business database, such as Business Source Premier
An education database, such as ERIC
A literature database, such as LitFinder
A psychology database, such as Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Resource Center
Students who work
College and students and work
College or students or work
Search the library catalog for the magazine title, U.S. News and World Report
Search Journal Search for the article title, Capitalists on Campus"
Search the library catalog for the author's name, Susan Gregory Thomas
Search Journal Search for the magazine title, U.S. News and World Report
Search the research databases for the article title, "Capitalists on Campus"
They always begin with letters
They are only assigned to books
They indicate if the item is checked out or not
The are organized by subject