Finding studies using a particular research methodology
What if I don’t know which research methodology is appropriate for my topic, etc.?
Did we forget something? Want to know more?
Go to Sakai, the Library website or contact Jennifer 1
Finding Journal articles
Use library databases
Try Google Scholar
For finding info about research methodology
Search tips Recommended databases: Education Research Complete; ERIC, Academic Search Premier Tips: Limit to scholarly (peer reviewed) journals Look for descriptors (or subject headings) for more focused results Use research methodology in your search terms “Get it” button looks for the full text throughout all of the Library’s databases
Search terms Try adding “literature review” you will see examples of lit reviews, plus get an overview of some aspect of your topic Or “narrative” or “quantitative” etc.
For more help… Visit the Graduate Education Research GuideVisit the resource page in your Sakai See the Help pages Contact the Library Help Desk 905-688-5550 x. 3233 or use email form Contact your liaison librarian: Jennifer Thiessen (phone, chat, email)
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