Explain your search strategy by identifying search terms and

Search Strategy Explain your search strategy by identifying search terms and by describing your search strategy. Specify the databases you plan to search, such as EBSCO HOST and Academic Search Premier, and tools like Capella Summon or Google Scholar. We recommend using the Capella library Database Research Log (linked in Resources) to keep track of databases searched and the keywords used.
Literature Search Question (LSQ) Present your topic in the form of a question that will guide your search of the literature. Be sure, as you identify your topic, to identify the context that the population inhabits. Consider identifying gender, developmental stage, age range, region, diagnoses or health status, intervention or therapy, assessment tools, racial identity, ethnic identity, class, history and other specifics associated with the questions that you wish to explore.
Scope and Number of Sources: Identifying the appropriate scope of the LSQ is important; developing a good LSQ will probably require a minimum of eight resources. Identify at least six sources as you start this first step good sources will be key to developing the foundation of the proposed study. Remember that you are only proposing to do new and original research. You will not collect data. Post your topic and description of your LSQ in a Word document. In addition, please copy and paste the document content into the message box for your post submission. Do not be concerned if Word formatting is not preserved.