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Tag Archives: Education
The GSU library recently upgraded from Education Abstracts to Education Full Text. Education Full Text continues to offer indexing for journals, books, and yearbooks that were previously offered in Education Abstracts. With Education Full Text, researchers get the added benefit … Continue reading
An intriguing, easy to read, and recent addition to the library is the book entitled “A Mathematical Tapestry: Demonstrating the Beautiful Unity of Mathematics” by Peter Hilton and Jean Pedersen. This book examines polyhedral geometry, number theory, combinatorial geometry, and … Continue reading
Beloit College has rolled out its annual “Mindset List” for the Class of 2014, which originated in 1998 as “a reminder to faculty to be aware of dated references, and quickly became a catalog of the rapidly changing worldview of … Continue reading
As a reminder, here are direct links to library subject research guides. These guides contain information on use, search strategies, and subject-specific resources to assist with research and curriculum needs. Counseling Education Policy Studies Educational Psychology Psychology Special Education
In response to student concerns, new library policies go into effect on Tuesday, September 15. * Library Access Policy * Library Conduct Policy * Library Food & Drink Policy * Library Noise Policy Please make sure you have your PantherCard … Continue reading
These can be found on the 1st floor of Library North by call number in the New Books collection, next to the entrance until moved to the permanent location in the stacks. Check GIL for current availability and location. For … Continue reading
The 6th print edition Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is now available in University Library.