Calling all MAT students! Did you know that you can get personalized research help and thousands of scholarly resources via the Marygrove College Library website?
It’s true! Librarian Christine Malmsten (313.927.1378) frequently helps Master in the Art of Teaching students via the phone or email, especially when it comes time for them to complete their Action Research Project. Here’s what they have to say about their library help:
(Jackie, Sept 14, 2011)
WOW!!! Thank you so much! I am excited to try and search some more when I get home from work today. I will for sure let you know how it goes! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!
(Jana, Sept 28, 2010)
You are a life saver! Most of these look VERY helpful! I will definitely try and search the way you said to find more. I have never done a research project before, other than trying to find specific things on Google, etc. LOL! Though doing this so far has been more frustration than enjoyment, I can see that if I am ABLE to find what I need, it can become more interesting. If you come up with any other ideas for search parameters, please let me know! You are brilliant!
(Diane, May 12, 2009)
You are a saint. Thank you.
To learn more about how MAT students can receive research guidance (brainstorming search words, finding books, articles, and websites, narrowing or broadening a topic, and creating citations) visit this library webpage: http://research.marygrove.edu/research-help-a-guides/mat-students