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EDF 7573: Contemporary Curriculum Issues and Theories

Follow the Trail!

Following the references and footnotes in a given book or article can help you identify additional sources on a topic.

If you find a reference in a bibliography that interests you, check OneSearch to see if we have it.  If we don't, you can request the title through Interlibrary Loan.

Articles not at UWF

If you need an article that is not available at UWF, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan at no cost.

Articles are delivered electronically to your ILL account, and you will notified when they are received.  Most articles are received in about 24 hours, but it can take up to 5 days. 

For more information, watch this brief Interlibrary Loan video

Dissertations & Theses

In addition to serving as sources for your own research projects, most doctoral dissertations include exhaustive literature reviews and/or extensive bibliographies, making them incredibly useful for identifying additional sources on a topic.