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Resources for education cohorts.
Last Updated: Mar 2, 2014 URL: http://libguides.bgsu.edu/educationcohorts Print Guide RSS Updates

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Getting Started @ BGSU Libraries

Your BG1 card works as your library card, and your BGSU email username and password will let you sign into your account online. Just follow the My Library Account link on the library homepage to test it out.

If your account isn't working, the Circulation Desk will sort it out for you. If you forget your password, the Technology Support Center can help you.

 

Circulation Survival Guide

Wondering how long you can keep the books you check out? Need to renew something that you're not ready to give back yet? Worried about fines?

Visit the Graduate Student Circulation Survival Guide for detailed information about all this and more!

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Greetings, education cohorts! This guide will introduce you to the resources available to you at BGSU University Libraries and help you get started with your research. Click on the tabs at the top or the links below to learn all about education research.

Note that clicking the two tabs on the end will take you directly to INFOhio and OPLIN.

    • The Basics of Education Research
      Learn about primary and secondary sources, the peer-review process, and how to cite sources in APA style.
    • Finding Education Articles
      Find out which databases to use and how to search them successfully.
    • Finding Education Books
      Discover what's available to you at BGSU Libraries and through OhioLINK, as well as how to request books.
    • Other Library Resources for Education
      Learn about the Curriculum Resource Center (CRC), course reserves, interlibrary loan, citation management software (RefWorks), and several important Ohio education organizations.
    • Getting Help
      Database problems? Can't seem to track down the resources you need? Not getting the results you want from your searches? The library can help!
     

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