• What’s black and white and read all over? Newspapers!!

    Did you know the library has a huge assortment of periodicals (Newspapers, Journals, & Magazines) that we subscribe to both in print and online? Sometimes it can be really beneficial

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  • Database of the Week!!

    ERIC (EBSCO) is the Education Resource Information Center. This database provides access to education literature and resources and contains more than 1.3 million records. It provides access to information from

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  • Research Guide of the Week: EDUCATION EXTRAVAGANZA

      Under the Education heading of the research guide list, there are several different guides that may help if you are an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in

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  • All About RefWorks!!

    RefWorks is an excellent resource that is free to you through Lewis University, and by following the link on the library homepage, there is a research guide dedicated to teaching

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  • Database of the Week!!

    EBSCO eBook Academic Collection is a wonderful resource that is available to you through the library’s database list. You can find it under E in Databases A-Z, or under E

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What’s black and white and read all over? Newspapers!!

Did you know the library has a huge assortment of periodicals (Newspapers, Journals, & Magazines) that we subscribe to both in print and online? Sometimes it can be really beneficial to physically flip through a resource such as a current newspaper or science magazine/journal in order to gain ideas for an assignment. Maybe the assignment itself is to find a

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Database of the Week!!

ERIC (EBSCO) is the Education Resource Information Center. This database provides access to education literature and resources and contains more than 1.3 million records. It provides access to information from journals included in the Current Index of Journals in Education and Resources in Education Index.   In the Advanced Search, you can choose many different filters to make your search

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Research Guide of the Week: EDUCATION EXTRAVAGANZA

  Under the Education heading of the research guide list, there are several different guides that may help if you are an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in education or school counseling. Here is the list of guides for you to start exploring and utilizing in your studies:   Organization of School Counseling Educational Research Resource Guide Methods

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Research Guide of the Week!!

CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS If you are taking, or will be taking, Diversity and Social Justice (Formerly Cultural Diversity and Intergroup Relations) then you have discovered that there may be some research required for projects and reports. There is a research guide to help located under Ethnic and Cultural Studies. This guide offers books, articles, and other sources to

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Database of the week!!!

      Ovid, pronounced Ah-Vid, is a very popular database. You can find it in the O section of Databases A-Z as well as under Psychology. It searches through several resources in order to find the best articles in the realm of psychology. Upon entering Ovid, you’ll be asked to select the resources you would like to search and

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