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EDUC 603 Research Guide: Home/OneSearch

Library Resources for EDUC 603 - Principles and Practices of Research

Access to FSU Resources

Database article, "request an item," and interlibrary loan access requires login off campus with your 14-digit barcode number printed on front of your ID card.

If you don't have an ID card, you can obtain your barcode number from your PAWS account: Go to Self-Service, click on Student Center, and scroll down to Other Areas to obtain your library barcode information.

Access or Library Account Questions? Call the Ort Library Circulation Desk at
301-687-4395.

What is a peer-reviewed article?

eBooks To Check Out!

Electronic Books related to your course, such as the one featured below, are available to check out and read online! You can search for them in the database eBooks on EBSCOhost or in OneSearch.

What You'll Find Here

This guide for EDUC 603 includes information about FSU Ort Library access, with links to databases, tutorials, and more! 

Discover Library Resources with OneSearch

A good place to start: Search for library books in the USM system (including FSU), articles from FSU library databases, eBooks and more ... simultaneously from one box!  Log in with your FSU barcode ID#  to access the articles.

 
OneSearch: Articles, Books & More
 

OneSearch: A Tutorial

OneSearch is our FSU customization of the EBSCO Discovery Service, which simultaneously searches both the library catalog for books, DVDs, etc. and the library databases for articles. Here is a generic tutorial for the EBSCO Discovery Service, which may help you get a feel for OneSearch, but it is pretty intuitive to use!

Request Books from other University System of Maryland Libraries

As students at Frostburg State University, you have statewide borrowing priveleges for books!

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Subject Guide

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Contact:
Lewis J. Ort Library
Frostburg State University
Frostburg, MD 21532
301/687-4888

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