For finding overviews and background information on your topic, try Credo, a library database designed for background research. Think of it as a highly credible Google search, but with added features like citation generators.
Credo can be found under the Databases A-Z list on the library's homepage, but here is a link:
It's your turn! Draft a concept map of the research topic you are considering for this course. Your map needs to include the following:
How you choose to build your map is up to you. You can build it in a Word or Google Doc, use a concept map builder such as as Bubbl.us, or even sketch it on paper.
Remember: Credo can help you find background information you need to fill out your map.