• Database of the Week

    ERIC is the Education Resource Information Center . This database provides access to education literature and resources and contains more than 1.3 million records. It provides access to information from

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  • Don’t Wait! Consultate!

    Admittedly, consultate isn’t a word, but CONSULTATION is and by definition that means a formal meeting with an expert to discuss a topic. A research consultation is a meeting between

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  • A Reminder: Requesting Articles Through Summon

    If you are searching for an article using Summon , and the full text isn’t available for you, you can request the article through interlibrary loan. Most articles that are

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  • Writing a Lit Review? READ ABOUT THIS GUIDE!

    This week we want to highlight the Educational Research Resource Guide. Located under Education in the Research Guide list, this guide is an amazing resource, especially for graduate students in

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  • Summon Search Tips

    On your next Summon search, try to search within a specific discipline. For example, biology or education or nursing, etc. You can do this by clicking the Menu icon on

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Database of the Week

ERIC is the Education Resource Information Center . This database provides access to education literature and resources and contains more than 1.3 million records. It provides access to information from journals included in the Current Index of Journals in Education and Resources in Education Index. In the Advanced Search, you can choose many different filters to make your search results

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SOCIAL MEDIA!!

Did you know that the library is active on THREE different social media platforms:  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You can frequently find fun bits of information on any special events going on or posts highlighting different aspects of the library. We will also remind you about special promotions that the library is doing as well as TIPPI TUESDAYS! So please

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Writing a Lit Review? READ ABOUT THIS GUIDE!

This week we want to highlight the Educational Research Resource Guide. Located under Education in the Research Guide list, this guide is an amazing resource, especially for graduate students in the College of Education. There are books on school management & leadership as well as ones on teaching & learning located under the Education Books tab. There are also databases

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Research Guide of the Week!

In keeping with Lasallian Heritage month, did you know there is a research guide that is dedicated to the Lasallian Collection that the library has to offer? The Lasallian Collection at Lewis University contains information about the history of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, from its beginnings in the 17th century to the present day. The Lasallian Collection at

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Lasallian Heritage Month

April marks Lewis’s annual recognition of Lasallian Heritage. Check out this page on the Lewis website that offers more information about this month as well as a calendar of events scheduled! Check out the library display cases between April 4th and May 19th because items related to the De La Salle Christian Brothers and our Lasallian heritage will be displayed.

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Database(s) of the Week!!! Government Information

If you are in a class that may require special databases that allow you to quickly find information specific to the United States, our government, and government organizations, look under this list of databases and they may lead you to some quality information that can be cited in your research papers:   Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) American

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