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Early Childhood Education

Welcome to the Early Childhood Education library research guide!
 

This guide acts as a starting point for your research. Consult it to learn where to find books, articles, journals, databases, and other information resources.

How to use this Guide:
Click on the button in the left navigation to find resources about early childhood education in the relevant format you wish to search.

The other pages in this guide will help you find what you need to complete your assignment.

  • Journals/Finding Articles will help you find reliable scholarly articles on your topic.
  • Finding Books will help you find background and in-depth information about your topic.
  • Evaluate Sources has a framework for determining the reliability and usefulness of your sources. 
  • Write and Cite has links to places you can go for help writing your project and citing your sources. 

If you need help with research, email me or schedule a time for a one-on-one conversation (see box on the left). I am happy to help!

Exploring a Topic

The best way to begin your research is to explore the many possible facets of a topic. Encyclopedias are a great resource to do this. Browse the following resources to explore your research topic.

Requesting articles or books from other libraries

If you find a reference to a book or article that isn't available in Doane's library, we can get a copy for your use using a process called Interlibrary Loan. You can ask us online or in person to get materials for your use.