Use background sources, such as encyclopedias, textbooks, and Wikipedia, to:
DO NOT CITE BACKGROUND SOURCES IN YOUR PAPERS!
Search online in DiscoverE to begin your search. Get a start on your research question, look for related search terms, and find more resources in the bibliographies of reference articles to help further your research.
Online Reference Sources:
Google Scholar may point you to scholarly articles that are accessible in the library databases. If you find an article, follow the prompt on the right that says "Find It @ Emory."
Note: You can use the same search tools used in databases and DiscoverE (i.e. Boolean Operators, key terms, etc.) in Google Scholar!