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EDUC 2125 History of Education (Donato): Home

Research guide for Ruben Donato's History of Education course.

History of Education: Librarian Visit Goals

Image: "For the benefit of the girl about to graduate"b&w film copy neg.

Images: 
Lawson, J. H., photographer. (1947) 
[People marching with signs to protest segregation in education at the college and secondary levels / J.H. Lawson, Houston, Texas]. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/96515743/. 
Johnson, Charles Howard, artist. (1890). For the benefit of the girl about to graduate / Charles Howard Johnson. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2002712165/.

Classroom with sign "This room is for the Study of Negro history" at the National Training School for Women and Girls, Washington, D.C. [Image]. (1935). Retrieved from the Library of Congress.

 

Welcome to the EDUC 2125 Research Guide!

We hope you'll find everything you need for your group posters and family history papers through the tabs at the top. Feel free to contact us with questions or for help!

Library Instruction Goals

You will be able to:

  • Understand importance of keywords
  • Identify tools for primary source or literature searching
  • Recognize ways of capturing and citing sources

Education Librarian

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Lindsay Roberts
Contact:
lindsay.m.roberts@colorado.edu
Spring Office Hours
Wednesdays 1-3pm
Educ 240
303-495-8425

History Librarian

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Frederick Carey
Contact:
e. frederick.carey@colorado.edu
t. 303.735.5873