A great place to start searching for information is the Library catalogue. Use the Library catalogue to find books and journal articles on your topic.
To learn how to use the Library Catalogue, watch this video:
Below are a book & article found in the Library Catalogue searching with the keywords: Project control quality
Not all the information you get from a search will be useful. A successful search will show results relevant to your topic. If your results are not relevant go back and try different keywords in your search.
To evaluate whether your source is of sufficient quality use the C.R.A.P Test. Click on the letters of the acronym to learn more:
Finally, try running your search in more than one database. The three databases linked below all contain useful literature. The above image is from an item found in the ScienceDirect database.