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Browse Journals

Browsing scholarly journals can be a helpful way to find a topic. Consider browsing TESOL or Education journals.

Recommended Databases

Depending on your topic, you will want to explore different databases. Multi-disciplinary databases are a good starting place for interdisciplinary topics. 

Start with subject-specific databases if your topic is associated with a discipline like theology, sociology, or education. Below are some examples. You can find more subject-specific databases on the library home page under the database tab.  Select search by discipline.

Using Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a great way to find scholarly articles or book citations.  After searching, look for features in your results that can help you find related articles:

  • The Cited By feature will show you who cited an article so you can follow the citation trail. 
  • Click Related Articles to find other articles on topic. 

Linking Google Scholar to Buswell's collection can help you find your results more efficiently. The PDF below shows you how. 

New TESOL Books in Print

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