Keep your searches simple
Brainstorm different ways to describe what you are looking for
Learn from your search results (there is no such thing as a "failed" search)
Take advantage of special search tools like Boolean operators, Wildcards, and Subjects
Break down complex questions into different parts
Let's identify some keywords, related terms, and concepts from these sample research questions, AND, let's think about what might be some authoritative/important sources of information on these topics:
-How is studying abroad more beneficial than studying on the main campus?
-What caused the end of the American muscle car era?
-What are Nike's means of production and recent allegations about it, and how do they contradict the company's mission?
-What effects has the Astros 2019 cheating scandal had on the MLB, and potentially will have?
-What are the best skincare products for different skin types?
What was life like after the war for Japanese war veterans?
How were Japanese people treated during and after WWII in the United States?
I'd like to know more about comfort women in WWII.