Once you know which topic you want to write about you will need to think and explore what exactly you want to say. Brainstorming will help you focus on your specific topic, and the words you write down will help guide the searching you do in the Library's resources.
For example, if you are interested in learning more about the role of women in the Mormon church then you might write down the words:
Combining several of the terms above in a search in the library's databases will help you begin to locate articles and books related to your topic. See below for more ideas to help your own brainstorming.