Once you've thought of a few topics, you'll want to test drive your topic.
Running a trial search (a test drive) for information in the library's article databases is part of the research process. If your test drive shows that there's too much or not enough information, you can tweak your topic.
Explore the library's article databases--under the FIND tab, choose articles. Select one of the links provided in the Find box.
Choosing a research topic is rarely a straightforward process.
When you begin looking for information, you may find too many or too few articles on your topic. If this is the case, your research topic will need to evolve.
Adapting to the amount of information you find by tweaking, focusing, or broadening your topic is a normal part of the research process.
Video from NSCU on the research process: