Answered By: John Harvard
Last Updated: Aug 10, 2016     Views: 145

 

SEARCH KEYWORDS

 

To improve your results in in HOLLIS+, Academic Search Premier, and other multidisciplinary resources, try adding some of the following terms:  

  • topics (education, teacher, classroom, student, school)

  • educational levels (elementary, secondary, higher education)

  • geographic terms ( Finland, Finnish, Sub-Saharan, foreign countries, developing nations)

 

FURTHER GUIDANCE

 

Kathleen Donovan and Carla Lillvik, research librarians at Gutman Library of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, are available to support researchers via email or in-person consultation.

 

The best place to start is our 6 Essential Research Tools@HGSE guide, which provides helpful search tips for education research in HOLLIS+ and key databases.

 

KEY DATABASES

 

3-in-1 Education Articles – This cross-search of ERIC, Education Abstracts, and Academic Search Premier is the recommended starting place for article research on most education-related topics. Learn more about searching 3-in-1 Articles.

 

SEE ALSO

 

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