Your assignment may be open-ended, and allows you to write, talk to develop a project about about anything that interests you. Sounds great - but, yikes! - you can't think of a anything! Your first step is to explore your options. The purpose of this guide is to link you to different Western Library databases that will help your brain kick into gear.
Use Your Assignment as Your Starting Point
Let the scope and nature of your project determine your choice of topic. A 2-3 minute speech or presentation that requires visuals will require a different approach than a 1-2 page essay which requires thought and evaluation.
So you've chose your topic, which Western Library database do you use to find information about your topic? Use the tabs above and the links below to explore the different types of information about your topic.