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Course & Subject Guides

Education Research - Oakland Campus: Introduction

This guide is designed to help graduate students in the School of Education with their Masters or PhD. level research.

How Do I . .

. . Find sources for my research?

Starting your research can be tough, but these pages can help you along the way.  If you're stuck at any point, talk to a librarian.  Librarians can save you time and work by pointing you toward the best source of information for your topic.

. . Find out if someone else has investigated my research topic?

Along with searching book and article literature, reviewing existing dissertations can give you an idea what research has been done within a field as well as clue you into how to structure a dissertation.

. . Find articles on a topic?

        The ULS has access to millions of full-text articles online through the ULS Databases

. . Find tips and techniques on how to use those databases?

. . Get help with writing and citing sources?

Liaison Librarian

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Marian Hampton
Contact:
207 Hillman Library
University of Pittsburgh
3960 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
412-648-7770
Skype Contact: marian.hampton
Subjects:Education