Once you have selected an initial topic, the next step is to develop research questions. To begin:
The one minute video below provides more tips.
Boolean Operators are a great way for you to broaden, narrow, and refine your search results. This Boolean Operators animation illustrates what each operator does.
This video, Evaluating Database Results, is helpful for understanding the criteria you can use in determining if an article is good to move forward with. The criteria is often referred to as the "CRAAP Test" because of its focus on Currency, Relevancy, Accuracy, Authority, and Purpose.
Has it been awhile since you've had to develop a research question and a search strategy? Not sure how to navigate UK Libraries' resources?
Consider enrolling in Online Information Literacy, a self-paced course in UK's Canvas which was co-developed by your librarian. The course takes around 40 minutes to complete.