These databases offer a variety of primary sources, usually presented in an user-friendly way, many times with accompanying secondary sources, and user tools like browsing and narrative introductions. With a little exploration, you could find something interesting!
You can still change your topic but for today's class, browse the different themes and choose one to focus on today.
Choose whether to look for books or articles. Try searching in OSCAR or one of the article databases, and keep track of your research in your document.
Books can contain secondary and primary source material. Use OneSearch or OSCAR to locate books SCU owns.
Formula: 2-3 keyword terms, connected with and. No phrases or questions.
If your topic is on modern slavery, you will want to use a social science database.
Example search strategy