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Education Majors and the Teacher Certification Program - LSC-Kingwood

Lone Star College System logoPLEASED TO ANNOUNCE: A collection of Children's books and additional instructional media have been added to the LSC-Kingwood library. These are especially for Education majors and Teacher Certification students. Suggestions for additional professional materials should be sent to Becky Bradley.
  • Library Card  - You will need a student id/library card to check out library materials and access the journal databases from home. Stop by the Circulation Desk in the library to have your photo taken and receive your student id.
  • TEXES Exam Guide -Preparation manuals for all subject areas are available online - at no cost.
  • Ebook Collection, a collection of over 40,000 full-text electronic books.  Use your library card id number to access these books from home.
  • LSC-Kingwood Library Catalog - Books may be requested electronically from other libraries.


RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS

Connect to lesson plans, suggested activities, professional organizations and information. This is a sampling of our favorites.

Math Teachers | National Science Teachers Association | Science Teachers | International Reading Teachers | The Teacher's Corner | Sites for Teachers | National Council for Social Studies | Social Studies | History Teacher Net | Web English Teacher | NCTE | PBS TeachersThe Lesson Plans Page | Teachnology Lesson Plans. | Teacher Vision | State Board for Educator Certification | What Works Clearinghouse | Strengthening Teaching |  Google Scholar | Google Books



NEWS, JOURNALS AND NEWSPAPERS

Know your literature. Education Journals are located in the Professional Library section
or through full-text access from the library databases.
ERIC Review

Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

National Center for Education Statistics Education Week
Newspapers Online The Chronicle of Higher Education 
Internet Public Library Worldwide Newspapers Online Times Higher Education Supplement
U.S. News Online Academic Exchange Quarterly - print copy in the library
Houston Business Journal Teaching Children Mathematics - print copy in library
T.H.E. Journal American Biology Teacher
Occupational Outlook Handbook Community College Journal of Research & Practice
The Houston Chronicle

Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School - print copy in library

Journal of Developmental Education (via Academic Search Complete)

Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning - print copy in library

Media & Methods (via Academic Search Complete)  Reading Research Quarterly - print copy in the library
Phi Delta Kappan (via Academic Search Complete) The Reading Teacher - one year delay online - print copy in the library
Full-Text Education Journals online (Lesley College) Yahoo's Education Journals


  

Librarian Talk about
Finding Journal Articles

Electronic databases are purchased by the libraries for your research use. To find articles in education journals, browse the Education databases. From home, you will need the 14 digit bar code from your student id/library card.  You may get a photo ID/library card in the LSC-Kingwood Library. If you are not on campus, distance education students may order a card online.

We recommend the Advanced Search optin for better results. If you find an interesting article that is not full-text, please email the correct bibliographic information along with your contact information to the Reference Librarians, and they will see that you get the article. There is some overlap of articles in the databases. However, we encourage you to use more than one. All are excellent sources.


 ELECTRONIC DATABASES - Scholarly Journal Articles

Databases in Education are a wonderful place to locate scholarly and magazine articles. Use the Database List to find your subject databases. Linking off campus? Use your the 14 digit barcode number from the back of your Lone Star College student ID/library card. to gain access 

  • Academic Search Complete - Scholarly, multi-discipline, full-text journal database. Subject areas  include sciences, social sciences, education, computer sciences, literature, and medical sciences. Use the advanced search page for the most effective searches.
  • ERIC - The Education Resources Information Center includes indexing for education journals from around the globe. Also included are government reports, conference proceedings, project and program descriptions, curriculum guides, bibliographies, and more, with links to full-text for an increasing number of its ED, or Eric Document references. Also search as a free database at http://www.eric.ed.gov/
  • Teacher Reference Center - Index of popular professional publications in education.
  • Professional Development Collection- Specialized collection of full-text articles from selected education journals.

                                   




NETWORKING RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS

  • Teacher Tube | http://teachertube.com/ | This is a source for short videos on all topics (like Youtube.com, only different. :-) Search by subject. Includes comments from teachers who have used the videos. Covers topics from art to technology.
  • Illuminations http://illuminations.nctm.org/| Covers several disciplines, but especially good for Math and Science. Problem of the week, exercises, software trials, and related search links.
  • Merlot | http://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm| A multimedia educational resource for faculty. Includes peer reviewed learning materials, subject experts to contact, assignments, guest virtual speakers, lists of upcoming conferences and more. Users are linked to websites. Take a look at EDUCATION, Faculty Development - for lessons on best practices online.
  • Annenburg Media | http://learner.org/ | Anneburg provides media to be viewed online (or purchased.) Sign up free and view the available programs. Search by level (College) and subject. Professional development workshops are offered via satellite. Start with View Programs.
  • Slide Share | http://www.slideshare.net/| SlideShare is the best way to share your presentations with the world. Upload your slide show and share publicly or privately. Add audio to create a webinar. Search by subject to find relevant slideshows. Have your students load their presentations on this site for sharing with online classmates.
  • Flickr.com | http://flickr.com/| Sign up and share your photographs with the world. Organize your photos (or videos) with tags, use maps to identify locations, make photobooks and scrapbooks, and blog about what you see.
  • UT System Digital Library: Copyright Tutorial http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/| UT maintains this copyright crash course which can answer most questions. Learn about Intellectual Property. Clear and well indexed.
  • TEACH Act Toolkit at http://www.provost.ncsu.edu/copyright/toolkit/| North Carolina State University has an excellent short course on The Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act (TEACH Act,) which is now law. TEACH updates copyright law pertaining to transmissions of performances and displays of copyrighted materials. Such transmissions are critical to current higher education distance education efforts, including online courses.


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SUPPORT

Citing Sources Using APA Style | Lone Star College-Kingwood Library style guide. Includes examples of both paper and electronic citations.

Tutoring | Information on services available from the Lone Star College-Kingwood Learning Center.


Page by Peggy Whitley and Becky Bradley  | Updated 4/2012 ds/jfr.

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