You are ready to begin researching a topic when you can answer the following questions:
Like encyclopedias and dictionaries, handbooks are useful for getting a feel for a topic and gathering background information that can inform your research or suggest potential subtopics or keywords. These handbooks offer overviews of various aspects of mindfulness.
DiscoverUR searches many of the library's resources at once. This is a powerful, fast research tool!
For a basic search, enter your keywords in the search box. If necessary, use the filters on the left side of the search results page to narrow down your results.
Tip: When off-campus, you may be asked to log in with your NetID & password to access resources.
You can also find articles using a library database.
A library database is an organized collection of articles that lets you search search for a particular topic, article, or book in a variety of ways (e.g., keyword, subject, author, title).
Materials and information available in a library database may never appear in a Google Scholar search, or in a Google search. If Google isn't giving you what you need, try one of the databases below:
Here are a couple of useful guides to creating annotated bibliographies: