Looking for a topic for your research? Here are some suggestions:
- Explore the website, Sur La Lune, for a summaries, essays and theme ideas
- Stream audio programs and speeches
- Think about readings and discussions you are having in class.
- Browse the entries in one of the ebooks listed here
- Brainstorm with classmates or your instructor.
- Come talk to me!
Use a reference source, such as a subject encyclopedia or dictionary, to get started with your research. A subject encyclopedia can help you:
- Get background information on your topic, along with some basic facts, such as names, dates, places, events.
- Identify terms and vocabulary to create well-focused searches.
- Look for bibliographies and suggested readings to locate additional resources on your topic.