Ask yourself before you research:
What kind of information sources do you need? Think in terms of type (scholarly articles, background information, magazine articles, newspaper articles, statistics or other facts/data, etc.) and in terms of quality (authority, currency, accuracy, reliability, etc.). Think also about quantity: how much information do you need (lots of articles? A few books?).
Knowing how to find the best information and cite sources will help me know which information I can trust online and give accurate credit to the authors of my sources.
Students will research ethically and responsibly.