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Educational Psychology 100: Career Research Plan

Guide to finding resources and evaluating information for career research in Educational Psychology 100.

Career Research Plan

Welcome Educational Psychology 100 students! This guide serves as both a homebase and a source of instruction and orientation to finding articles and books you will need for your career research report.

In addition to the Ask a Librarian service which provides 24/7 online help with research and general library questions, you will get specific instructions on how to complete the steps of your research report.

Search Strategy

Step 1: What do you need to find?
Your task for the course is to find articles related to careers that you are interested in. Start by thinking about what careers or professions you might be interested in.

Step 2: Write down the career or field that you are interested in.

__________________ 

Step 3: Create your keyword search strategy.

__________________    AND career

Step 4: Try other related terms.
Instead of career try profession or job or occupation.
Example search strategy for finding articles about careers in science.

science and career

scientist and occupation

biologist and job

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