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Research in Education: New MEd Leadership

A University of Lethbridge Library guide to resources for Education researchers.

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Check out our LibGuide for APA 7th edition. For instructions on how to use citation generators (and how to fix them up), see the "Paula's Help Vids & Docs" tab and go to "APA Generators"

Developing an outline, writing a research paper, and academic integrity.

How do I find out if an article has a doi and where do I get the official simplified link for my citations?  Click here for Crossref (and then bookmark it!).

Recommended Databases

Getting the most out of your searches

This short guide provides you with tips for searching Education topics for relevant articles, using keywords, and getting help.

Use this worksheet, revised for Education researchers, to guide you step-by-step when beginning a new topic search.

Moving Beyond Keyword Searches

Use what you've already got.

  • If you're basing your topic off a book or article you've already got or was provided by your professor, you can use this to quickly track down relevant authors and their works.
  • See the references/work cited at the end of a book, chapter or article. If a particular scholar keeps coming up, remember to find out what they've written since.
  • Citation tracing is available through most databases. Click here for step-by-step instructions & tips.

Course Resources in the Library's Collection

Supplementary Course Resources in the Library's Collection

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