How many answers do you look for in a day? If you're like most writers, it may be dozens, from a synonym for a word to a statistic to support an argument. In fact, research is integral to the writing process these days, and while good search engine skills simplify things, sometimes you need other resources. From information compiled in databases to email interviews with experts, there are many ways to get the job done, and they'll all be covered in this lesson. Of course, once you've found some interesting facts, you need to be able to save them so you can find them again later. You'll discover some tools to do that in this lesson, too. Before you finish up, you'll also take a final look at copyright laws and how they relate to using research.