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Secondary Education

Find resources and get help conducting research in Secondary Education

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How Can I Tell If An Article is Scholarly?

Watch a brief video and read more details about identifying scholarly articles

Check this database for individual journal titles to find out if they are scholarly or peer-reviewed

Using Google Scholar

 Before you search Google Scholar, you should select CSUN library in the settings menu. Once you set and save your preferences, you will be able to link to CSUN library resources retrieved with a Google Scholar search. Click on the link below for a detailed handout about setting up Google Scholar.

The video below is from Minnesota State University, Mankato, but the info will help you use Google Scholar effectively. Just substitute CSUN and you're set.

 

Free Electronic Resources for CSUN Students & Faculty

Many publishers are making resources freely available during the COVID-19 crisis.

Here is a link to a detailed list.

Using OneSearch

Our catalog and article search has been combined into a new OneSearch platform. Here you can search for books and e-books, videos, articles, digital media, and more.

You can narrow your search results under the Refine My Results and Resource Type headings by choosing a resource type such as Books or eBooks.

 

CSU Resource Sharing

Is the book you want already checked out? Or perhaps the library does now already own a copy? Watch this video to learn how to use OneSearch to request an item available through another CSU library.

Interlibrary Loan - Getting Books from Non-CSU Libraries

You can borrow books from non-CSU libraries

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