To find books, you can search the library's catalog below. The local catalog will let you see what is at the Marion Campus Library as well as other libraries in the University Libraries system and allow you to search for materials available statewide through the OhioLINK catalog.
The Marion Campus Library (and a great many academic libraries) is organized by a system known as 'Library of Congress'. That means that books are grouped together by subject rather than author, letting you know where you can go to browse and potentially find some interesting books on the topic.
If you have trouble locating an item in the catalog or in the library shelving (stacks), stop by or contact the library staff for assistance - we are ready to help!
Listed below are some databases that are good starting points to find education-related articles. See the full list of University Libraries' database subscriptions here. Use the search box under to find a particular database or select a subject area from the list on the right to locate a database. Access the list of Psychology databases below.
Open source journals can also be useful.
In addition to books and articles, websites are another information source. Below are links to websites that could be useful.
Learn how to cite resources appropriately using APA Style.
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