When people are curious about a subject, they not only remember more about it, but they also remember random or incidental information presented along the way. ~Harvey Daniels
1. Choose a topic that interests you, or one that you want to learn about.
2. Choose a back-up topic or two.
3. Make sure your topic is managable. Narrow or broaden as you do preliminary research.
4. Understand opposing views on your topic. Keep an open mind!
1. Browse magazines and newspapers (paper and online)
2. Watch TV news or regularly view news sites like BBC, NPR or CNN.
3. Use our databases to search topics: