With a citation tool like RefWorks or Zotero, you can easily collect and organize all your sources from your browser, a library catalog or Google Scholar. Citation tools also help you cite your sources while your write and can add the bibliography list with one click.
At the beginning stages of your assignment you will probably need some additional background information on your subject. During the middle stages of your project, you might also need to clarify a definition, or explore related topics that didn't come up when you were writing your outline. Reference databases can help you to:
Credo is a database that contains encyclopedias, handbooks, guides and dictionaries in all disciplines. You can find it in the library's website under "Databases". You can also search using your keywords in this box:
Use the references at the end of articles to find more information about a topic.
Here are some examples of references sources you can find in the library, apart from the databases mentioned above: