You can find scholarly literature, books, secondary sources and news in the citations of the information you already have. Your class syllabus and public resources like Wikipedia are great sources for locating new references.
To locate a citation, first identify what type of source it is - is it a book? An academic article? A news article? A report? If you are unable to locate a copy from Google, the Library and our catalog BruKnow can help.
If you need help identifying what type of source you are looking at, refer to the style guide used in this class. If no style guide is assigned, the APA style guide has example references on their website.
Each guide contains links to sources to locate subject-specific sources, including primary source material (congressional hearings, declassified government documents), policy research, books and scholarly articles.