The resources in this guide will help you learn more about your KIVA project. They all offer current information about the larger ramifications of problems and solutions in the developing world.
NOTE: If you are off-campus, all of these resources can also be accessed from the McGill Library homepage.
Getting Started: Reference Sources
Trying to figure out what all the fuss is about? References sources like encyclopedias and subject-specific dictionaries provide general overviews of complex issues.
(NOTE: You can't cite reference sources in your poster. But these resources can help you understand the issues so that you sound like a genius when it's time to do your poster instead of sounding like...well, let's just say...not a genius.)
Going Further: Periodicals
Hint: Books (either in print or electronic format) are some of the best sources to find broader context and background information. Use the following sources to find them!
A Comprehensive View: Books & Journals
These resources will help you to find books that will give your argument breadth and depth.