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Science Education for Exceptional Students

A comprehensive review involves books/book chapters, journal articles, newspapers, etc.

Comprehensive search

A comprehensive review involves books/book chapters, journal articles, newspapers, etc.  You may need data, quotes from primary sources, tweets, etc.  We are here to help you sort through everything our library has to offer and organize your research.  If we can't help you, we will refer you.

Memorize the homepage of the library: library.princeton.edu 

We will look at the global search, explore the catalog to find books, and browse three Databases to find articles.

Keeping track of your searches

When checking several databases, it is useful to keep a research log to note keywords used, how many results each keyword yields, and what database is used to conduct a search.  Click on the attached file to see a sample research log to help you get started with your research.