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Education Doctoral Program Orientation

Introduction

Welcome to Doane University's library research guide for EdD students! In this guide you will find:

  • information about databases most relevant to your research

  • how to revise your search strategy for more effective results

  • how to request sources which are not freely available on the Internet or within the library's databases through our Interlibrary Loan system

  • suggestions for managing your research materials with a citation/reference manager

The Perkins Library staff looks forward to working with you to make your research efforts successful!

One-on-one Research Consultations

I'm very happy to help you with your research. You can reach me in the following ways:
 

Schedule a Zoom appointment with me!

Email me!

You also can chat with a librarian noon-midnight 7 days a week!

 


Jayne Germer
Education Subject Librarian

Using library databases from off campus

This first time you click on a link for any resource from the library, whether it's a link in the catalog or to a database, you will be prompted to login to the library's proxy server. You will recognize the Doane logo on the page; just enter your Doane login credentials on this page and you're in!

You don't need to login at any other time while you have your browser open (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, etc.). If you get any other login prompts, please contact the library for assistance.