In the beginning of your research, it's helpful to learn just enough about the topic to get a basic overview. If you were just getting started, where would you look for background information on the history of a case, topic, and the main issues around it?
OneSearch is the main library resource, there you can search almost everything in the library at once- books, media, news sources, scholarly journals, and more.
Library databases are smaller collections of scholarly articles, news sources, images, media and more on different topics.
Google Scholar is a resource for both scholarly and non-scholarly resources. If you are on campus, you will find links to scholarly articles in our databases [TIP: off-campus add the bookmarklet to see what's at UR libraries].
The library hold many scholarly journals specifically on topics in sexuality, gender, feminism, and law. The best way to locate these journals is by searching from the library homepage under the "journals" tab. Enter in search terms like "gender and law" and see what comes up. Below is a small sample:
When you find a website, always analyze it for potential bias. These are examples of credible sources of information.