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Education Resources: Getting Started

This research guide contains information for education students and faculty about the resources available through the library.

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Curriculum Resource Centre Contact



Shelley Spencer, B.Ed. 

CRC Library Technician 

Curriculum Resource Centre


By Appointment

Tuesday - Thursday 8:30-3:30

Email for assistance with Curriculum Resources

Schedule an appointment to ensure availability for assistance in the CRC. 

The CRC Office is located in the

Curriculum Resource Centre

on the upper level of the

Norma Marion Alloway Library


Finding Resources

To find resources, search TWU Library catalogue to locate articles, books, databases, journals, and media.

Need search tips, see our Research tutorials.
Not sure where to start, visit our How to Develop Research Skills guide


Contact info
If you need help, research consultations for B.Ed and graduate courses have moved online.
Contact: Tracey, Assistant Librarian, or email the

Using this Guide

This Educational Resources Guide will assist you in locating relevant resources for your course assignments.

A great place to start is the Journal/Articles tab. Journals present original scholarly work that are often peer-reviewed. We have provided a listing of the most important education specific databases.

Note: In journals, you will find review articles that summarize findings of all relevant publications into one coherent view on the topic.