Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). REF BF76.7 .P83 2010
Other Citation Styles
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Electronic journals in Education.
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Google Scholar search tips.
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Encyclopedias providing an introduction to topics in Education.
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Thesis and dissertation guides available from the University Library.
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Education research guide.
Online video tutorials for library resources in Education including ERIC and Academic Search Premier.
Developing a Search Strategy Tips on searching more efficiently and effectively.
Scholarly vs. Popular Sources Distinguishing between scholarly journals and popular periodicals.
Primary versus Secondary Sources Attributes of primary and secondary sources.
ERIC Documents Tips on identifying and retrieving non-journal literature using the ERIC database.
Tests and Measurements Tests, reviews, and resources for finding testing instruments.