Friday, January 17, 2014

Elsevier's International Encyclopedia of Education now available online to the U-M community

Tags: higher education, science education, secondary education, technology

The University Library is excited to announce that Elsevier's International Encyclopedia of Education , 3rd. ed., is now available online to the U-M community.

This eight-volume reference work provides a quick and reliable introduction to most topics in education. The IEE has 1,350 articles covering 24 different areas of education scholarship. Areas include technology and learning, curriculum, demography and social change, globalization, primary, secondary and higher education, adult learning and vocational education. Contributors represent over 100 countries and provide multidisciplinary subject coverage. Access to multimedia audio and video files are also included in the Third Edition. Editors-in-chief, Penelope Peterson (Northwestern), Eva Baker (UCLA) and Barry McGaw (McGaw Group Ltd).

Please contact Karen Downing (, Education Librarian if you have questions or comments, if you would like to schedule a class or consultation, if you would like to be more efficient or effective with literature reviewing, and for assistance with citation management, multi-media integration/copyright questions, data management plans, grant-seeking, or other information needs!

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