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Message from the Librarian

Message from the Librarian:

Greetings!

Educational research, like other forms of education, is a constructive, additive process.

Imagine your search for information to be similar to the shopping portion of Flea Market Flips or other HGV reality show: you have an idea of what kind of pieces you need, and you have a pretty clear idea of your topic or theme. However, you don't know what you will find until you get out there an look. Once you have seen what pre-existing research is out there, you can begin to decide how you will use it to design and underpin your actual inquiry project.

The class session is going to be the first part of your information seeking for this project. As you have more of a sense of your project and topic, I urge you to drop me an email and set up a consultation where we can work together to look for relevant literature. Give yourself enough time to request material through ILL (an average of 8 days for books, 1.8 days for articles).

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Margery Ashmun
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Drew University Library
36 Madison Avenue
Madison, NJ 07940
973-408-3483

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