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MCLS 60622: Teaching Literature and Culture: Getting Started

Education Databases

Education Research Databases - http://www.library.kent.edu/education_databases

Research databases index a variety of resources, including journal articles, books, book essays, dissertations, conference papers, independent research reports (such as ERIC documents) and more.  You can access these databases from off-campus if you authenticate. Instructions on off campus access are available here: http://www.library.kent.edu/offcampus

Literary and Cultural Databases

Here are a variety of databases for locating literature and culture resources.

Search Strategy Resources

Having trouble narrowing down your searches in the databases? Here are some search strategy resources:

Developing a Search Strategy  Covers identifying keywords, brainstorming for synonyms and applying Boolean connectors and other search techniques.

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