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Answered By: Amy Schlumpf Manion
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014     Views: 0

I recommend searching the EBSCO databases. Are you familiar with those? This is a short video tutorial that shows you how to search those databases. Find it from the Library Homepage > Tutorials

Can you give me some more information about what you're looking for exactly? I just did a sample seach in all of EBSCO's databases, and even with limiting to subject searches for both science and education, I still receive over 200,000 results: http://screencast.com/t/JYHVQ9SRbwjt Can you narrow your topic?

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