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EDU 8015 - Introduction to Educational Research (Laws and Mumford): Getting Started

Library resources for Introduction to Educational Research

Interlibrary Loan

If you've found a book or article you want, but it's not available here at the Krauskopf Library, it's still possible to get it, through a process called Interlibrary Loan, or ILL for short.

Through ILL, the Library is able to order books and articles from other libraries. Books will come to the Circulation Desk at the Library. Articles will be scanned and sent to your DelVal email account. 

Before you submit an ILL:
If your item is a journal article, check the 
Journal List to see if we have access to the journal. 
Check the Book/DVD Catalog if your item is a book, DVD, CD, or other.

If you have any questions or would like to place a request, please contact the InterLibrary Loan Department.

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Welcome!

Welcome to the library's LibGuide for Professors Laws and Mumford's Introduction to Educational Research class. Click on a tab to view the catalog, investigate databases, locate books, or view APA citation examples. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!

Research Assistance

Library staff members are always willing and eager to help you with your assignments.  Please contact us by email, phone, or text message, and we will respond to your questions as soon as possible.

General Email: library@delval.edu
Main Phone: 215-489-2953
Text Message: Type infoplz and your question, and then send your text to 66746.  (Example: infoplz how do u cite a news article?)

Elise Georgulis is the Distance Learning & Graduate Studies Librarian.
Feel free to contact her directly if you'd like. 

Elise's Email: elise.georgulis@delval.edu
Elise's Phone: 215-489-2386

Book/DVD Circulation

Most books may be checked out for three weeks.  If no one is waiting for the titles, you may then renew them for another three weeks.  There is no limit to the number of books you may check out.  DVDs are available for three-day loans.  Did you know that the library has more than 1,500 popular movies and TV series?  You may check out a maximum of three DVDs at a time.

Subject Guide

Elise Georgulis
Contact:
Distance Learning & Graduate Studies Librarian
215-489-2386

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