Researching a topic is a process, check out the links below to help you get started, find information and how to stay current on a topic
Wikipedia is a great way to start off your research, but it is a horrible place to end at.
An article on Wikipedia can:
But always apply the CRAAP test to any information you find on Wikipedia and make sure to verify the information with trusted resource, like a book or a journal article
The Internet has good stuff, but it is also full of unreliable information. Before you use a website for research, be sure it is:
Currency - Is the information up to date?
Relevance - Does the information meet your need?
Authority - Is the source trustworthy?
Accuracy - Is the information correct?
Purpose - Why was the website created? Is there a bias?
For more information on evaluating information, Evaluating Information - Thinking Critically CRAAP Test from Ron E. Lewis Library Lamar State College.