To determine your general topic, you will need to conduct some presearch.
Google Scholar is an excellent tool to use for this stage in the process. A search in Google Scholar will provide a broad scope of the literature landscape. You can also get an idea of the essential researchers in your area of interest.
Bonus: you will be able to see a full-text link for items you can find at Riley Library! Click on the link below for instructions on setting up Google Scholar to display NNU results.
Search Riley Library resources and beyond
EBSCO provides access to thousands of journals in all subject areas, many in full text. Mark results and save, email, print, or add to Zotero.
The ProQuest databases include articles, books, dissertations, company profiles, and ebooks.
Hint: to find a book by its title, put the title in quotes and include the author's last name (e.g. "story of god" and lodahl)
Below are some links to help you as you write your literature review.
View these video tutorials to aid you as you refine your literature review.