Guide for MAE Students
| Education Research Guide
Truman Masters Theses
Special services for MAE students who are not in
Daisy Rearick is the
Reference Librarian for Education. You may contact her to help
you with database searching, literature reviews, general overall
help in the library. Set up an information consultation.
This guide is prepared for students of education at Truman State
University. It lists the databases, Web sites, and other
resources of special interest education students and faculty.
Truman Masters Theses
in Education - List of theses with links to
full text when available.
All Master's theses written by students at Truman State University
(1997+) are available online through
at UMI. You may search by author, keyword, and faculty
advisor. To immediately view the first 24 pages of a thesis,
click on PREVIEW. To download an entire thesis, click on PDF
(Downloading takes several minutes so you may supply your e-mail
address to be notified when the process is completed). NOTE:
Access to full text is restricted to use on the Truman network.
Borrowing Books and
Using Other Libraries |
Research Databases | Curriculum
you are teaching away from Kirksville, you may visit any
library and check out books using your Truman I.D. You may
also order books through MOBIUS (from Truman or elsewhere) at any
time; you can request that the books be sent to any MOBIUS
library--wherever it is most convenient for you.
Items not available
through our library or MOBIUS may be requested through the
Interlibrary Loan Office. Items will be FAXed or mailed to
Contact: Lori Allen at 660-785-4534, or e-mail
more information on Interlibrary Loan.
If you are teaching away from Kirksville, the Library will provide,
at no charge, copies of articles that you need from periodicals in
our collection. These must be articles relating to your course
work or teaching responsibilities.
Contact: Susan Hamilton at 660-785-4043, or e-mail
Also, copies of ERIC documents published
before 1993 will be sent to you as needed, although there is a limit
of about 50 pages on photocopying ERIC documents. Documents
published after 1993 are available online through the official
which is free to the public.
Contact: Daisy Rearick at
660-785-4048, or e-mail
You should use the databases on
Education Research Guide.
You can access our subscription-based databases when you are off
campus. Select the mode of access below and follow the
Virtual Private Network (VPN) - If you have a broadband high
Proxy Server - If you are using a commercial dial-up system
(e.g. Mark Twain or Nemr) and have a regular phone modem for speeds
up to 56kbps.
If you are unable to access a
database you need, a reference librarian will search the database
and FAX or email the results to you. You may select the items
you need and send your requests back. Contact Daisy Rearick at
Curriculum Library books will be
loaned to interns for 14 days, subject to recall if needed by
another user. You may request the books to be mailed if you
are unable to get to Kirksville to check them out. You may
also renew them online through
account in the library catalog.
Note: If you don't return recalled books on time, the fine is
$1.00 per day.
Contact: Sharon Hackney at 660-78-7366, or