Thinking about the disciplines you brainstormed in step 1.d., select databases to search:
These databases cover multiple disciplines and searches for a wide-range of articles, and sometimes additional information formats. These databases can be a good place to start when you don't know where to start.
As each database offers multiple features, it is recommended you search more than one database.
These databases focus on specific disciplines. They tend to give fewer results than an interdisciplinary database, but they may offer results more specific to a discipline and have search functions related to that discipline.
Using the list of keywords you brainstormed in step 1.c., conduct a search with the keywords.
Tips for entering keywords into the search box(es):
Review and evaluate the results by reflecting on the following questions:
Keep revising your search terms until you find relevant results.