Instructional Design Process Diagram

ISD 600

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N.B. USA Online Students: Do not try to access these databases within the USA Online "frame." Open a second browser window (NOT the AOL default browser! Use Internet Explorer or the latest Netscape, Firefox, Safari. etc.) and go to the library homepage. To enter our licensed databases you will be asked to supply your last name and first two letters of your first name (with no spaces--e.g. sauerja) and the last four digits of your Social Security number once per session. If you still can not get access: read this. And if you still have problems call 251- 460-7025.

University Library Homepage: http://library.southalabama.edu

SOUTHcat Catalog:

for books, videos, titles and years of subscribed journals, government documents and links to electronic books--all owned [or licensed] by the University of South Alabama. As with all databases, do not use a, an, or the at the beginning of titles and search for authors using last name first. Read the keyword requirements carefully.

Our Journal List: Full-Text Journals Listed by Title

This is the most useful utility for finding the specific journals we subscribe to--in which database--as a fulltext version--or on the library's periodical shelves. Search using the journal's title--not the article title.

InterLibrary Loan

Register one time. No charge if item is available in Alabama. Articles are often emailed or faxed. Allow a week or more.

Articles, Indexes, and Databases:

Other databases that may be useful and found on the Articles, Indexes, Databases page:

 

Books:

Mental Measurements Yearbook - online under Electronic books on the Homepage on the SilverPlatter platform

The Education book collection is divided with some in the Instructional Media Center on First Floor North and some in the Bookstacks on Fourth Floor North. Be sure to check the location code on the catalog record.

The Library has begun a small Juvenile collection housed in the Instructional Media Center to the right of the entrance doors.

Reference Books: kept on Second Floor North

Public Internet Sites

Free Online Journals in Education http://aera-cr.ed.asu.edu/links.html

compiled by American Educational Research Association Special Interest Group on the Communication of Research in order to "To facilitate research on the nature of communication of educational research; To expand the understanding and promote the effective use of information technology and library-based resources in educational research.

U.S. Department of Education Website http://www.ed.gov/

Current news, standards, grants, statistics, etc

National Research Center on English Learning and Achievement. http://cela.albany.edu/

"The National Research Center on English Learning & Achievement (CELA) is the only national research and development center funded by US Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI) to conduct research dedicated to gaining knowledge to improve students' English and literacy achievement in schools across America. CELA is affiliated with the Albany Institute for Research in Education (AIRE) in the School of Education at the University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) and works in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison." quoted from the website

Free online books and reports in education from the National Academy Press, the publisher of the National Academy of Science and other agencies.

"The institutions represented by NAP are unique in that they attract the nation's leading experts in every field to serve on their blue ribbon panels and committees. For definitive information on everything from space science to animal nutrition, you have come to the right place."

Library of Congress http://lcweb.loc.gov/

Internet Public Library's List of Education Associations

Webpages selected by Jerry Wright, Education bibliographer

Other Education Handouts from the University Library

Graduate Student Services

Dissertations and Theses

APA Citation Style

Bedford/St. Martin Sample Paper and Documentation http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/

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