Find information useful to your grant proposal. The most effective way to do this? Contact a librarian who can help you determine what you need, and find helpful info and resources.
Find useful information about the country in which you wish to study:
While the gold box on the library's homepage is a good place to find preliminary information on your research problem, subject-specific databases (collections of articles) will be more useful for your advanced research needs.
1. To access these databases, peruse the list of subjects:
2. Next, identify the disciplines your research project falls under. Think broadly; researchers investigating the example topics below would look at databases in the following disciplines:
3. Click a topic and then choose a sub-topic (as pictured below):
4. This will take you to a research guide listing the best databases and other resources on your topic, as well as listing the librarian who specializes in that research discipline.
Added bonus: each one will direct you to a librarian who specializes in research in that discipline!