To develop your topic, ask yourself:
As you consider these questions, read reference sources for general, background information about your topic. The information you find will help you determine what you need to know and what search terms to use.
Find books by searching the catalog and limiting the format to books. Physical books for education are located under the L call number. The following are subclasses of L.
L - Education (General)
LA - History of Education
LB - Theory and practice of education
LC - Special aspects of education
LD - Individual institutions - United States
LE - Individual institutions - America (except United States)
LF - Individual institutions - Europe
LG - Individual institutions - Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean islands, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands
LH - College and school magazines and papers
LJ - Student fraternities and societies, United States
LT - Textbooks
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This guide contains suggested resources and tutorials to guide you through your research. On this main page, you'll find resources we suggest you use for general PK-12 education research. If you're starting your research, read Need to Develop Your Topic on the left. The remaining boxes on this guide will help you continue your research. For information on Children's Literature, Curriculum Collection and Teaching Resources, select tabs at the top.
Need help formatting your citations and organizing your research? Select the RefWorks tab at the top.
Feeling lost? Select the Research Process tab at the top to access a tutorial on all the steps of the research process. Also, see the How do I...? tab for frequently asked questions.