Text sets or Resource Sets are collections of resources from different genre, media, and levels of reading difficulty that are designed to be supportive of the learning of readers with a range of experiences and interests.
Here are a few tutorials specific to the UT Tyler Library and its resources. Although the examples used are all from the field of reading, the basic concepts should be applicable to any type of library research in Education. If you have any additional questions, please email me, or if you need a more immediate response, please call the reference desk at 903 566-7343 or chat via the link on the main page of the library. At the bottom right of the homepage see the box "Chat is online."
Finding Scholarly Articles and Books:
SAGE Database for Education (2017)
Using WorldCat for Education Research (2017)
Tracking down Journals:
Resources beyond the Muntz Library:
What is Plagiarism? How to Avoid it (University of Texas at Austin)
Citation Managers--EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley:
Researching After You Graduate: