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Education is interdisciplinary in nature.  These guides point to resources related to education.


From Off Campus

Most Library online resources can be accessed from off campus by current UD faculty, staff, and students. When using links on these pages, you may be prompted for your UDelNetID and password. Please report any issues you encounter while accessing Library databases, e-journals, or e-books.


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The Library welcomes suggestions for books, journals, videos and other material. Please use the Recommendation for Purchase form to send your suggestions.



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Welcome, Education Scholars!

 This guide provides access to resources for education research and information. 

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General Resources: Online and print reference sources such as encyclopedias, dictionaries and handbooks.

Books: Introduction to using the Library's online catalog to find education-related resources.

Databases/Articles: Databases are one of the most efficient ways to search through journal literature to discover articles.

Statistics:  Resources provided by the US government and other agencies which report education-related statistics.

Directories: Listings of schools and educational programs. 

Tests and Measures: Information about tests including psychological measures and standardized instruments.


The Education Resource Center

The UD Library collects materials covering many aspects of the field of education.  However, the Education Resource Center, located in 012 Willard Hall Education Building, has a much more robust collection of pre-K through grade 12 curriculum materials.  It also houses numerous items on the craft of teaching and professional development materials for teachers.

If you are looking for a specific curriculum or professional development-related item, and you do not see it in the UD Library's catalog, check the ERC's catalog as well.

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