Your annotated bibliography will take quite a bit of time to complete, so keep these things in mind:
Expect to adjust your search terms when you are working with different databases.
Specialized encyclopedias are great sources of background knowledge on new topics. They can also provide leads on other sources to consult.
Use the library's CREDO database to find specialized encyclopedias on this topic. Make sure your article:
The library offers several databases for news sources. US Newsstream and Access World News are two of the best. US Newsstream is a little easier to work with, but Access World News has more content, especially for Nevada issues. Both feature filters on the left that let you narrow results by date, region, or news source.
Find a news article on your topic. Be sure that your article is:
The QuickSearch database on the library home page works great for this. Just make sure to use the filter on the right for Peer-Reviewed Journals.
Use the QuickSearch database to find a scholarly journal article on your topic. Make sure your article:
QuickSearch is the search box centrally featured on the Libraries home page. The other databases can be found under Databases A to Z -- the link is just below the QuickSearch search box.