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Education Research Guide: Introduction

A guide to information and resources in education. Please ask a librarian if you want additional assistance with your research.

Welcome

Welcome to the library research guide for Teaching, Learning & Leadership. As a subject librarian at Hilton M. Briggs Library, one of my fields of specialization is education. Subject Librarian services include but are not limited to:

  • Attend department or program meetings
  • Update faculty about new services and resources
  • Offer instruction in the use of relevant library resources within courses or separate workshops
  • Provide in-depth research consultation services for students, faculty and staff
  • Respond to feedback from the department about collections and other concerns
  • Work with departments to make our information systems more approachable to students, and to integrate library resources into course pages
  • Participate in graduate and undergraduate orientation activities

Please ask me questions about the library and your research!

Featured Resources

Education Week

Education Week is available full text through Briggs Library via EBSCO and ProQuest databases.

  • Click here to go directly to the library record for the publication Education Week. (You can find this record on your own by searching for Education Week using either Quick Search or Find a Journal on the library's home page.)
  • Click on either EBSCOhost Academic Search Premier or ProQuest Research Library. These two library databases provide access to Education Week.
  • For off-campus access you will need to enter your username and password.
  • You can now browse specific issues or search within the publication.

*The library does not provide access via the publication's Web site.

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