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EDUC 301: Curriculum and Pedagogy Seminar (HC)

Education 301: Curriculum and Pedagogy Seminar (Wilson-Poe) Fall 2018


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Identifying Relevant Books

Use Tripod to look for relevant books owned by Haverford, Swarthmore, and Bryn Mawr.

The following suggested subject searches are only a sampling of possibilities. To find materials on a topic not listed below, try doing a keyword search in the Tripod Library Catalog to find relevant titles and then using the subject headings assigned to those items to find more.


Research Best Bets for Journal Articles

The main sources for identifying articles and books in Education and related fields.

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Using Literature Reviews

In a literature review the author writes an overview of a topic from the point of view of the research that has been done.  The author analyzes the arguments in individual books and journal articles to build a narrative about the themes that have been articulated, areas which need further investigation, and questions which do not yet have a consensus among scholars.
For your project, a literature review can give you a headstart on figuring out which books and journal articles are the most relevant and of the highest quality.

Beyond the Tri-College Collections

WorldCat is an important place to look for many materials not owned by the Tri-College Libraries. This combined library catalog contains more than 179 million records describing items owned by libraries around the world. Many of these items are available to you though interlibrary loan