This chapter covers some of the key resources that are available to enable people to expand and enhance our sociological imagination. It starts by providing some effective tips on finding sociology journal articles and offers guidance on how to evaluate the credibility of websites—particularly information accessed via Wikipedia and Google. International organisations can be good sources of (often) free reports that deal with a range of social and political issues. The various sub-sections of the United Nations or Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development websites can be particularly good for finding comparative information and statistics. The chapter provides readers with a select list of resources and handy hints for finding information of sociological relevance. The intention is to equip people with the tools and tricks of the trade they need as a student, and also to provide people with some strategies they can use for lifelong learning.