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Children's Literature and the Curriculum Libraries

For informaton about the curriculum library and the children's literature collection, please see the

Curriculum Library and Children's Literature Collection Guide


Finding a Topic

Where to Look for Ideas:

  • Your syllabus and course reading list
  • Lecture and Reading Notes
  • Professional Blogs and Websites

Browse Top Education Journals:


Developing Your Topic

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Search for Background Materials

Why Use General Reference Sources?

  • They can help you narrow your topic by identifying unique concepts, events, or individuals.
  • It provides important background on larger social and historical contexts.
  • Some sources can point you towards original Research.

Recommended Print Sources

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Encyclopedia of Education - Macmillan Reference Library Staff; James W. Guthrie (Editor)
Call Number: Reference 370.3 En1g 2d ed.
ISBN: 002865594X
Publication Date: 1905-06-01

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Education and Sociology - David Levinson (Editor); Peter W. Cookson (Editor); Alan R. Sadovnik (Editor)
Call Number: Reference 306.43 Ed8l
ISBN: 0815316151
Publication Date: 2001-11-02

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World Education Encyclopedia - Rebecca Marlow-Ferguson (Editor); Chris Lopez (Editor)
Call Number: Reference 370.3 W89m 2d ed.
ISBN: 0787655775
Publication Date: 2002-01-01

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Encyclopedia of American Education - Harlow G. Unger
Call Number: Reference 370.97303 Un3e 2d ed.
ISBN: 0816043442
Publication Date: 2001-10-01


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