Education Subject Guide
Nettie L. Baker, 972-721-4031 or Cowan/Blakley Memorial Library Help Desk 972-721-5315.
Welcome to the Cowan-Blakley Memorial Library Education guide. Use the tabs at the top to find resources and information on education topics.
University Network Account Contact Information
Subscribed databases, e-books, and e-journals require a University Network Account for use in the computer centers, from a remote location, or from a wireless.
Questions regarding student accounts should be directed to the IT Department.
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Activated your Student ID card to allow you to check out library materials?
Set up an Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) account so you can request materials UD doesn't own?
This guide consists of both library and Internet resources recommended for finding information in the field of Education. Here you will find links to resources in specialized databases, related general databases, electronic books, online journal and much more. Click on the tabs above for quick access.
Need additional research assistance? Contact a Reference Librarian at the Cowan-Blakley Memorial Library Help Desk; email@example.com or 972-721-5315.
Exciting new resource...
The Cowan-Blakley Memorial Library is pleased to announce that UD students and faculty now have full-text access to the New York Times from its beginning in 1851 through the current issue.
To obtain this access go to accessnyt.com and register. Registration has to be done on a campus computer. After registering you can access NYT from any location on or off campus by going to nytimes.com and using the log-in link on the top right corner of the page.
In addition to the general NYT content, UD users have access to a NYT education module called New York Times inEDUCATION. This education module includes 16 different academic areas and will include more in the near future. Users also have to register on campus for this education module. The registration is separate from the registration for general content and should be done using this link: nytimes.com/edu. The same user name and password can be used for each registration but separate registrations are required to have access to both the general content and the education module content.