You will see "Hispanic" a lot instead of Latino/a. This is because the Library of Congress cataloging subject term is officially "Hispanic Americans" even though the more useful term used now is Latino/a or a specific country (although I have noticed "Hispanic" coming into more usage lately, strangely).
For some of you, clicking on the subject term hyperlinked in the OneSearch will be a good way to bring up more sources:
Browse through some reference books to get ideas of the many aspects of Latino culture in the US (I know you already use the web for ideas).
I'm pointing out print books because these happen to be very good.
Some are on the 1st floor and some are in Reference (these call #s are most common: 973.0468 and 305.8).
Your research may lead you to need statistics on this topic. The most up-to-date numbers are usually found on the web, but we also have a few books if you prefer searching that way.
In addition, business databases will often have articles where statitistics are quoted and are easier to find because the article itself will be about your topic (as opposed to scrolling through a lot of stats to find what you need).
Once you get in the habit of checking credibility, then start being creative about searching for web sources.
Don't settle for just googling your keywords. Try these ideas:
Will link to any websites I hear about as the semester goes on.