Tips for searching:
As you begin to type keywords, Discovery Service will sometimes offer suggestions for narrowing your search:
You may choose one of the suggested phrases or you may continue with a simple keyword. You may also add other keywords as applicable.
Here is another example:
The following subject headings are common in the discipline of composition theory and may be useful when conducting searches. Enter them as is (include the dashes):
English language – rhetoric
English language – grammar
English language – composition and exercises
Report writing - study and teaching
English teachers – training of
When searching the ERIC Education Database, search with multiple search terms separated by the word 'and.'
Limit your search to 'full-text.' Full-text results are available in PDF format:
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