First, check with your instructor!
If you are planning to use the Web for your research, any sources that you find should be authenticated. The sites you locate might contain deceptive, biased, or incorrect information. It will be your job to determine which information meets the rigors of academic research. For this reason, instructors and librarians often encourage students to use only the library's resources, where much of the authentication has already been done for you.
To add the FIND TEXT @ IRSC link to your search results, click the bars (also called a hamburger icon) in the top left then click Settings. Next, click on Library Links. Type in Indian River State College and click the magnifying glass and then place a checkmark in the box next to the results and click Save.
When your instructor asks you to find "scholarly" articles, what does that mean?
Questions to ask: