The following icons are used in the databases lists:
|Limited simultaneous users.|
|Open access content.|
|Contains multimedia content such as music or video.|
Contains statistics / data.
Using Library of Congress sub-divisions can lead to more precise searching. Here are some examples for Education:
--Study and teaching "If you could have only one subdivision for education topics --Study and teaching would be it because it serves both people wanting to learn a subject and people wanting to teach a subject. Use this terminology instead of the expected "teaching methods." EX: foreign language -- study and teaching
--Instruction and study
--Education "Refers to works on education provided for groups of people."
--Knowledge and learning "Used to describe the education, formal or informal, that an individual receives"
--Training of "For methods of instructing occupational groups 'to prepare them for employment'
TEACHING AND LEARNING
--Problems, exercises "'Compilations of practice problems or exercises'"
--Curricula "What to teach and plans for teaching it"
--Evaluation "Used to cover both the methods of assessment and the results themselves"
SCHOOLS (All levels)
--Alumni and alumnae
* From the book Magic search: Getting the best results from your catalog and beyond/Kornegay, R.S. et al. (2009). Chicago: American Library Association.
For more reading about Library of Congress sub-divisions in searching, read Magic search (REF Z695.Z8 L523 2009) at the Fordham Westchester Library.
For clinical literature, see Databases/Articles at the top of the guide to find these articles.
To find studies, paste this string of terms into an additional search bar in the database you are using: