Although you are limited to what you can search with when off campus, there is information on your topic out there someplace. If you are ever having trouble, please use the reference chat option to have a librarian help you!
**Doing a smart Google search – type (site:gov, site:edu or filetype:pdf) and then a search term to get better information than just a general search. Google Scholar is great and will even link from articles into some of our databases, but not all. It is not a substitute for searching within the databases we have.
***Wikipedia – sure you can use it, but you really shouldn’t rely on it as completely factual. One thing that Wikipedia is good for is finding other sources and getting general knowledge of a topic. Most articles have links to websites and articles at the bottom of each entry.