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Call: (310) 243-2085
My Office: LIB South, Librarian Faculty Offices 2037-G
Option 1: You can select a topic which you are familiar with, or curious about.
Option 2: Browse searching the Education databases. By trying different keyword/topic searching, you will see what topics/articles come up most and what other researchers were writing about. You can, then, choose the topic, in which you are most interested.
Why you should use scholarly/peer review articles, not magazine articles:
Click to get the Summary: Scholarly articles vs. Magazine articles
Topic formulation and analysis from descriptive phrases and keywords identification.
How to find peer-reviewed journals (not articles) in the Library (If the Library owns the journal), follow the step-by-step guide to find and browse the journals.
Optional: How to search Education article video (Video: 8:49 minutes)