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Education: Websites

The College’s Libraries provide many resources in the field of education. Reference and circulating books, periodicals and journals, online databases, government documents, and media are available for student use.

Lesson Plans

Recommended Websites for Research in Education

Image Search

•To locate images, check a search engine that offers an image database, like Google Images

•Include your key terms as part of your search. 

•You might consider using a wildcard or truncation symbol (*). This symbol is used to help you search all the occurrences of your term without typing each one. For example, educa* includes educate, education, educating, educable, etc.

•You might also want to limit your search results to government agencies or professional organizations. If so, include site:.gov OR site:.org in your search.

•Add keywords to your search identifying terms you want to locate, such as high school OR student.

•If your keyword is a phrase, add quotation marks to it. "No child left behind" is an example of searching by phrase.

•A sample search might look like:

•reading student site:.gov OR site:.org

•Assess your search results carefully before utilizing the content.