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Delve into education research with our wide range of books and article databases — from in-depth theory to practical teaching advice. Including education statistics and diversity.
A collection of psychiatric resources such as the DSM-5 titles, journals, textbooks, practice guidelines, self-assessment tools, clinical and research news, and medication information handouts from American Psychiatric Publishing.
ERIC is the most comprehensive education database available . ERIC (Education Resource Information Center) has been published by the U.S. Department of Education since 1966. It includes educational journals, dissertations, theses, conference reports and studies. Full Text is limited in ERIC, so make sure you use the "Find It" button.
PsycINFO is superb for learning disabilities, cognitive impairment, and giftedness. Refine your search under "Advanced Search" by choosing the age group you're interested in: preschoolers (2-5 years), school age (6-12 years), or adolescents (13-17 years).
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Print reference books can be found in the Reference Section, near the Learning Commons on the first level of the library.