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Education - GED 500

Research Methods in Education

Meet your Subject Librarian

Wei Ma

I work with all students, faculty, and staff of College of Education.

Email: wma@csudh.edu
Call: (310) 243-2085
My Office: LIB South, Librarian Faculty Offices 2037-G

Meet me online via Zoom! (Schedule a meeting here)

 

GED 500: Class Outline & Tutorials:

Outline of the Library Presentation: 

It is highly recommended that you view all the videos below if you are a first time learner to access and research for primary research articles.  However, if you have some experience on the area, you can selectively view the sections/videos below.

Section 1: Things to do before starting your Library research (to save your time and be more productive):

  1. To learn the difference of Scholarly articles (also called Peer-reviewed) vs. Magazine articles, Click on the Summary: Scholarly articles vs. Magazine articles.

  2. Topic Analysis: To help you understand your topic and do a more effective search for articles, please follow this video: Analyzing the topic before starting research, and Identifying the keyword (Video: 7:02 minutes)

Section 2: Search Education related Articles (Choose one of the options below to learn):

Section 3: How to read a scholarly article - to help you save time & better understand (Choose one of the options below to learn):

Section 4: How to write a journal article critique: