Now that you have quality keywords, you can start searching for sources! A place a lot of students like to start is the internet. While you can certainly use your keywords to search here, be careful and make sure you are looking for sources that are authoritative, accurate, objective, and current.
As a starting point for evaluating websites, one might use the part of the web address immediately after the "dot" (for example, .com) to try to determine the reliability of the information. While this can be good guidance, it is important to know who can use those types of websites.
|URL end||Category||Can be used by|
|.com||Unrestricted||Anyone can create a .com website, it does not have to be a business.|
|.edu||Sponsored||People affiliated with an accredited college, which may include faculty and students.|
|.gov||Sponsored||federal, state, or local governments within the United States|
|.org||Unrestricted||Anyone can create a .org website, it does not have to be a non-profit organization.|