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A guide to key resources for conducting quality research in Education.
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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    Books: 000 - 330.999
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    Research-themed guides

    Literature Reviews
    by Mark Shepheard, Jennifer Warburton - Last Updated Jan 20, 2015
    This guide is an introduction to the Literature Review process- including what is a Literature Review; its purpose; and strategies, guidelines and resources to help you to get started
    2,048 views this year
    Staying Current: Keep your research up-to-date
    by Jim Berryman, Appy Laspagis, Fransina Naude, Jennifer Warburton - Last Updated Jan 28, 2015
    A guide that includes methods of keeping up-to-date with new research in your area with journal and book alerts, RSS Feeds, TOC Alerts and Conference Alerts
    151 views this year
    Beginning Research
    by Sarah Charing, Kat Frame - Last Updated Jul 29, 2014
    This guide will help you through the beginning stages of researching your essay, paper or thesis.
    496 views this year
    Finding Theses
    by Jim Berryman, Caitlin Stone, Jennifer Warburton - Last Updated Oct 22, 2014
    274 views this year
    Managing References
    by Kathryn Lindsay, Mark Shepheard, Caitlin Stone, Jennifer Warburton, Tanya Wilson - Last Updated Jan 12, 2015
    An introduction to reference management programs, also known as citation managers or bibliographic management software
    433 views this year
    Tracking Citations
    by Satu Alakangas - Last Updated Feb 12, 2014
    A guide to tracking citations using various sources
    25 views this year


    Welcome to the Educational Research guide.
    This guide provides pathways to key sources of information for those undertaking research in education.

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    Library Research Consultations - If you need assistance with finding the best sources of information for your research or need support to improve your research strategies, you can book a research consultation with a librarian. This service is provided to graduate students and staff.

    Library Classes - The library offers an extensive programme of research skills classes. Browse and Book classes

    Library Guides For Education

    Explore the full list of library guides for Education. There are guides for MGSE courses and individual learning areas.

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