EDU 131 Human Development. Study of theories, methodology, and research related to human development, with emphasis on educational practice.
Search a specific education database for the most precise search and the largest number of articles in periodicals.
1. Scholarly journals inform, report, or show original research and experimentation.
2. Trade publications give practical information to people in an industry.
3. Magazines provide information to a general audience on a range of topics.
Written by the magazine’s staff, a field expert or a free-lance writer/journalist.
All 3 periodical types are found in the article databases above.
Subject encyclopedias provide background information, terms, topics, and trends. The searches below include reference books in print and electronic format.
A Burke Global Catalog Search will find various formats at once: books in print and digital formats, articles, videos, and more.
You can narrow your search by format, or to items in the Education Library only.
Burke Library education books are on 2nd floor in the L’s. Current print periodicals are on the Lower Level. Reference books and librarian offices are on the 1st floor.
To find books and media in the Education Library only, limit your results by changing "Spring Hill College" to "Teacher Education Library":
Examples of professional books in the Teacher Education Library.