Once you have established your search terms, you will need to consider which resources you will use to search for informaiton.. The resources that you use will depend on:
In this section we look at the different types of resources available to look for information, and explain when best to use them.
When selecting resources to search, consider whether the resource is appropriate for your purpose and also whether you have considered all relevant sources. See our guide to Evaluating information for further support with thinking critically about the sources you search.
Once you have decided on which resources to search, you will need to develop a search strategy with your search terms, using established search techniques.
Find out about 'Searching for information', the 2nd step in the '5 steps to effective library research'.