Information seeking starts with getting acquainted with your research topic. At the beginning of a research process, it is common to have some feelings of anxiety and uncertainty derived from the large amount of possible information. If this happens, you should try to narrow your subject down into smaller subfields. Posing the research questions often helps to clarify one's thoughts and to make relevance judgements concerning the available information. The posing of the research questions is perhaps one of the most important decisions one has to make during the beginning of a research process. The research questions you now pose might also undergo changes as your research process advances.