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Educational Technology: A Research Guide: Getting Started

This guide is intended to be a starting point for someone doing research in the area of educational technology.

  Learning In New Ways

From white boards, to ipads, to podcasts, or the latest version of a favorite math game software, the world of educational technology is constantly changing.  Use the resources you find here to find information on the topics that interest you.

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O' Shaughnessy-Frey Library
651-962-5494 (Circulation)
651-962-5001 (Reference)
651-962-5400 (Hours)
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Charles J. Keffer Library
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651-962-4664 (Reference)
651-962-4640 (Hours)
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Introduction

This guide provides a number of helpful resources for students doing research in the area of educational technology.  Use the tabs above to explore these resources.

  • Getting Started--where you are now
  • Finding Books--search for print or electronic books, media, and other things that would be in a library--or in some cases--online
  • Finding Articles--a good place to start of you are looking for journal articles
  • Reference Sources--Encyclopedias and research handbooks, these are good for a summary of research on a topic
  • Websites--here you will find suggested websites for research or for use in the classroom
  • Citing Sources--help for completing the bibliography of your paper/project

About the Libraries and Off-Campus Information

Most of the printed sources on educational technology in the curriculum will probably be located at Keffer Library.  You may occasionally find a book or journal that is housed at O-Shaughnessey-Frey Library (or possibly in another CLICnet library).  You may request items at other libraries through interlibrary loan.  If you are in an off-campus cohort (and outside the metro area), you may request any circulating books from any library (including Keffer) on interlibrary loan and they will be mailed to you. 

Interlibrary Loan Information

Visit these pages for more information on Interlibrary Loan.  Also check out the video tutorial (and other links) on the left side of these pages.

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Trent Brager
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tjbrager@stthomas.edu
(651) 962-4662
Subjects:Education

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