Subject headings are descriptive words that group material on the same topic together. When you find a good title, look under "National Literature Classification" or "Subject Terms" to find relevant subject headings. Click to quickly see everything available on that topic.
2. Use Citations
When you find a good title, scroll to the back of the article to check what sources it used. Contact me for help finding the full texts.
3. Browse Suggested Readings
When you find a good title, look to the left side of the screen and check for "Related Information" to see if the database has any suggested further reading.
4. Search Other Databases
When you've exhausted one database, search for the same topic in a different one. Each database offers different results and different sources.
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