Choose a cutting-edge technology.
Research: What is it? What does it do? How is it used (now or anticipated future uses)?
How does it connect to the issues discussed in your textbook -- in other words, what kind of technology is it and how do you know? (hardware, software, cloud, electronic commerce...)
Personal perspective: How might this tool be useful to you as a student? As a future employee?
Be aware that the library has multiple video cameras that you can check out and use for recording your video -- higher-quality than your phone camera!
Be as specific as possible in your choice of technology. Not "smart phone apps" -- choose a specific app. Not "virtual reality" -- choose a specific headset, or a Pokemon Go app, or a tool for redecorating your house.... etc.
This will make your research much easier!
These "smart searching" strategies can be used when searching almost any library database. These strategies work on Google too!
Another great "smart Google" strategy: Site limiting. For example:
"self-driving cars" site:.edu -- to limit to only educational sites. Also consider site:.gov
"virtual reality" site:.techcrunch.com -- to limit only to TechCrunch
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