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EDD-810 Understanding and Conducting Research: Books
This course provides advanced study on quality of applied educational research and the development and application of effective educational research designs aimed at eliminating barriers to student learning.
Offers a large collection of mostly non-fiction e-books. The library's catalog contains records for all of these e-books. [Formerly known as NetLibrary] Access to individual e-books is limited to 1 user at a time.
scholarly monographs, reference titles, computer manuals, and other non-fiction
Dates of Coverage:
2001 to present
more than 125,000 e-books
Access to individual e-books is limited to 1 user at a time.
An e-book may be viewed for any period of time but will automatically check itself back in after 15 minutes of inactivity. "Activity" is defined as traffic between the PC and the server. Using the scroll bar to move down the page is not activity. Clicking into a new page is activity.
Other E-Book Resources
BookServer - Locate books in electronic format from the Internet Archive
Google Book Search - Searches the full-text of books from various publishers and libraries