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Education Cohorts

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Debbi Richard

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Transcript of Education Cohorts

Education Research Guide
http://libguides.dbu.edu/education

OR: DBU Home Page > Login: Library> "Research Guides" (in red) >
Subject Guides tab >
"Education Resources"
Library Services for
Education Cohorts:
Unpacking the Box

Finding What You Need
Search the catalog for books
Search the databases for articles, reference aids, ebooks, statistics, media ...

http://libguides.dbu.edu/education
Getting What You Need
If online: download, print, save in folders
If physical: visit campus library or...
Library Services for Distance Learners
http://libguides.dbu.edu/disted

Books we own can be mailed
Articles we own can be emailed
Items we don't own:
Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
TexShare Card
Putting It Together
Research Calculator:
http://libguides.dbu.edu/research_calculator

Research Planning Guide:
http://libguides.dbu.edu/planner
In this box:
College of Education LibGuide (Library Guide)
Finding what you need
Getting what you need
Putting it together
Alternative pathways
Alternative Sources
Other LibGuides:
http://libguides.dbu.edu/library

Current (old) Library Homepage:
http://www3.dbu.edu/library/

Current (old) Articles Portal:

http://www3.dbu.edu/library/online_databases.asp
Children's Lit
Two new sources for finding children's books and associated teaching materials:

Children's Literature Comprehensive Database (CLCD)

Teaching Books
ERIC
"Educational Research Information Center" - proposed in 1961
Opened in 1964 - same year as
A Hard Day's Night!

1965 - Print & microfiche
1985 - CD-Rom
1992 - Internet
1999 - 1 million entries
2004 - all electronic, one site, begin digitizing microfiche

https://eric.ed.gov/
EBSCO
EBSCO offers 9 databases for educators
Best for research:

Professional Development Collection
Others:
ERIC - easy interface for ERIC content
Educational Administration Abstracts
Psychology & Behavioral Sciences
Teacher Referenc Center
Academic Search Complete
*MAS Ultra, Middle Search,
& Primary Search for students
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