Books give you in-depth information on a topic, and are good sources for information that happened in the past or interpretive information for an on-going event or problem.
Databases contain academic research materials such as peer-reviewed journal articles, conference papers, news paper articles, magazines, and other sources.
Articles are great sources for highly specific information. Articles usually include bibliographies, which can lead you to additional information on a topic.
Looking at the websites of organizations can help you find recent topics in the field, as well as find standards used for your particular line of research.
Many research topics have test resources which can be used to further one's study in a field and prepare for examinations.
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