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As education professionals in training, consider partnering with local college and university libraries. Academic librarians can work with you and your fellow teachers to strengthen student research skills whether at the primary or secondary levels. As educators ourselves, we can discuss trends and challenges we see when working with self-directed learners in the 21st century. If you're interested in learning more contact Lua Gregory.
As an experienced member of the teaching faculty, Lua Gregory can help you learn how to
Use the education research guide to further develop your research skills. Not only will you find links to access databases, articles, books, data, and more, you'll read about ways to approach research and engage your critical thinking skills.
Visit InSPIRe@Redlands, the University's online repository of scholarly and creative works. Since the fall of 2013, InSPIRe has been publishing and sharing student scholarship, conference materials, and special collections with the world. Discovering these materials is easy for anyone with an internet connection since the site is crawled and indexed by major search engines; accessing materials is also easy since many of the items can be freely downloaded with a click of a button.
Use your library account to