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EDCS 822   Tags: curriculum_classics, edcs, education  

This guide lists resources and strategies for the course, Curriculum Classics: Trends and Issues.
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Fulltext Historical Databases

Early American Imprints, Series I:  Evans, 1639-1800   This collection contains the fulltext of all known exisiting books, pamphlets, and broadsides in the British American colonies and the United States from 1639-1800.  Genres of possible interest:  alphabet books, chapbooks, juvenile literature, primers, readers, spellers, textbooks.

Early English Books Online contains digital facsimile page images of virtually every work printed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and British North America and works in English printed elsewhere from 1473-1700.


Education in the United States: A Documentary History

Education in the United States:  A Documentary History  5 volume set in the Reference Departments of Thomas Cooper Library, Salkehatchie West Library , Union Library and the Sumter campus library.  Want to see other SC college libraries that have the set?  Launch a search in our catalog by clicking on the blue link above, then click the PASCAL Delivers button from within the USC catalog.


Books with Primary Sources

author search franklin benjamin
look for collections of the author's writing

keyword search, books with primary sources

education and history and s:sources
schools and s:sources

s:sources tells the catalog to search sources as a subject word

keyword search with title of the classic "your classic title here"
"search phrases in quotes"

if the notes include the classic, this search will find it


Want to know even more about searching for primary sources?


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