This box contains lists of books in the children's lit collection at the Muntz Library, that you would not be able to find through the library catalogue.
|Fall & Spring
|Mo - Th
|7:30am - 2:00am
|7:30am - 5pm
|9:00am - 6pm
|1:00pm - 2:00am
|Mo - Th
|7:30am - 10:00pm
|7:30am - 5:00 pm
|9:00am - 6:00pm
|1:00pm - 10:00pm
|Special or holiday hours.
Here is some of what you'll find in this guide:
Databases - links to scholarly literature databases such as Education Source, ERIC, Professional Development Collection, and ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global.
Books - links to find books & other monographic works, both in the Muntz Library and beyond.
Web Resources - links to center, professional associations, and projects dealing with Special Education, as well as collections of lesson plans.
Government Resources - links to federal and TEA resources.
Literature Review- videos on tips for creating a literature review and vidoes on using the F1000 Workspace features to make your literature review easier.
Citation Guides - examples of APA citations, plus links to creating an APA research paper and F1000 Workspace, a free citation manager.
Developmental Milestones - what children should be able to do from prenatal to adolescence.
Need Help? - contact information, troubleshooting off-campus access issues, details on interlibrary loan, and information on the Writing Center.
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 (2019)
Tracking down Journals:
Resources beyond the Muntz Library:
Interlibrary Loan-Distance (2019)
Plagiarism & Copyright (2019)
This video explains what F1000 Workspace is, how to use the browser plug-in, the word plug-in, and how to collect your citations from other citation managers. BAsically, F1000 Workspace is a fantastic product that will make your researching and writing easier. AND, you can use it after you leave UT Tyler.
Researching After You Graduate:
For a quick start, begin with these four resources:
1. For books that you can check out or read online today, go to the Library Catalog.
2. For books that the UT Tyler Library does not own, go to WorldCat, search for a book, and then click on Request from Another Library.
3. For scholarly articles, go to Education Source. This link will actually allow you to choose three education databases (Education Source, ERIC, and Professional Development Collection, and then search them all at the same time.
4. For dissertations and theses, go to ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global.