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Important things to know when beginning your research
Check the library! Use this guide to find resources for your subject.
Start early! The more time you have to search through the numerous resources we have available the more time you will have to compile your research.
Be prepared! Bring your flash drive to save your work and have your syllabus handy so you can double check the professor's requirements.
Take notes! Highlight important passages from journal articles, tab sections in a book, keep a "research journal" that documents how you found your material.
Education: Topic Page
Process, beginning at birth, of developing intellectual capacity, skills, and social awareness, especially by instruction. In its more restricted sense, the term refers to the process of imparting literacy, numeracy, and a generally accepted body of knowledge. MORE
Philosophy of Education
From Dictionary of World Philosophy
Philosophical inquiry dealing with the ends and ideals of education, as well as with pedagogy, which focuses on educational methods and procedures. MORE