Use the library on-line catalog to locate books relevant to your topic.
Unless you know the title and/or author of the book you are looking for, research topics should be searched by Keyword to maximize the number of references for a topic. If for example, you wanted to locate books about standardized testing, you could enter "standardized testing" as a search term. A keyword search using "standardized testing" yielded 23 results.
Another way to search is to browse by Subject. For example, if you use "drug testing" as a search term, you will see that the topic breaks down into 10 subtopics. You will also see that we have some books devoted to the topic in general, but most of our books relate to the drug testing of employees, criminals and athletes.
A high number of subtopics is often an indication of an overly broad topic.