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Education (BA)

Keywords and Search Terms

Searching in the library's resources depends on the keywords - or search terms - you use. Instead of searching for a whole question or sentence, break your topic into keywords. Mix and match different combinations of keywords to get different results when searching. Also, think of similar or related terms you can search for.

For example:

How does online bullying impact adolescent students?

Possible keyword combinations:

  • Bullying AND Online
  • Bullying AND Online AND Adolescent
  • Bullying AND (Online OR Social Media)
  • Bullying AND (Adolescent OR Teenager OR High School OR Secondary)

Possible similar or related terms:

  • Cyberbullying
  • Harassment

Teacher Ed Books and Ebooks

Use OneSearch to find Teacher Education books and ebooks. Use keywords to find teaching books for a specific topic, content area, or age group. You can use filters to limit your search to books or ebooks.

For example:

classroom management

differentiation AND curriculum 

Science education AND elementary school

Science lessons AND students

Literacy AND Kindergarten students

Curriculum Resources

Browse Materials in the Library or Use OneSearch:

Curriculum resource materials are found on the lower level of the library. Resources include materials to extend lessons, develop thematic units, and materials covering Christian education topics. Not sure where to find a content area or topic? Ask a librarian and we'll be happy to help!

Tips for Curriculum Resources


Using one search to find curriculum resources

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