Education Library Guide
- Use the search box on the Library home page to enter your terms.
- Use the the Advanced Search option to make your search more specific.
- Find more information about the availability of a book.
- Use the options on the left of your results to filter the content.
- Identify the type of a source by the icon on its left.
The below databases contain journal articles and other scholarly publications (e.g. conference papers, book reviews etc.) in Education. They provide access to source published by various publishers.
- Remember to choose the Full Text option for full-text results only. Databases provide access to:
- abstracts – summaries of the items they index
- full text - entire article of the items they index
Databases in Psychology:
Databases in Research Methods:
Education students are expected to use APA style for citations and referencing.
UNIC Library has some copies of the 6th edition of the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association:
Publication Date: 2010-01-01
Other related books:
Publication Date: 2013-11-01
Publication Date: 2010-02-01
Plagiarism is passing off someone else’s work as your own, without giving credit to the person who produced the work.
How to avoid Plagiarism?
To avoid plagiarism, when given an assignment, you cite references you have found and create a list with these references (reference list) so that whoever reads your work can return to that source at a later date, and read the material themselves. In this way the reader knows that you have used the ideas of someone else to help you support your own. Since you are using someone else’s work for your own benefit, you need to refer to that author or work. It is academically unacceptable and also illegal to present the work of others as your own and the university reserves the right to penalize anyone who steals the work of someone else.
What to avoid:
- Copying word for word someone else’s work
- Using a phrase or sentence from someone else without giving the reference
- Downloading material from the internet and presenting it as your own
- Paying someone else to do the work for you
- Copying the work or project of another student
Therefore, you need to make sure that you cite the references to your sources - that is, you give credit to the person who originally came up with the original work or idea.
How to create and manage your references:
There are two ways to create and manage your list of references for your written work:
Manually, in which case you should, while studying, record the details of the sources you find and save them so that you can track them later. Find a method to organize your references, by saving them into a word processing file, or using social bookmarking tools.
Using a bibliographic management tool like RefWorks, which helps create your bibliography by formatting and exporting your references into your document
Welcome to Education library guide that will help you find resources for your subject.