Use different search tools (in the tabs at the top of this page) to find information
1. FIRST: Try broad search words relating to your topic, such as:
2. NEXT: Try a new search. Add words to narrow your search, such as:
3. FINALLY: Brainstorm synonyms or related terms for search words
1. When searching use the words AND / OR / NOT to help you broaden or narrow your search results.
2. Use truncation symbols (usually ? or *) in library catalogs and databases to capture all forms of words (forest* will search forest, forests, forester, forested, foresting).
3. Keep searches simple using basic search words. For example, search body image women , not how does body image affect women in the United States?
4. Use a variety of search words. For example, try different searches to find different results:
body image women
self image women
personal appearance women
body image teenagers