Now you need to start finding resources that you could use for your paper. Ideally, the resource will help you establish the importance of your issue or prove the point you are trying to make. Don't limit yourself to websites -- a quality paper will use a variety of resources, including peer-reviewed articles.
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Go to www.google.com and try each of the searches below to see how they change your results.
In the search box, enter some keywords as you normally would, but try each of these options to limit the types of domains you are searching:
Non-profit websites site:.org
U.S. government websites site:.gov
Education websites site:.edu
WOU has a variety of databases covering multiple subjects and disciplines.
To find other databases for your topic: