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CI 601: Foundations of Educational Inquiry

"This course is intended to introduce first-year PhD students to scholarship in the field of education and initiate a process of reflexive inquiry so that students may engage in methodologically rigorous, substantively rich, and socially meaningful work i

WORKSHOPS @ YOUR LIBRARY!

Fall 2017:

Visit our Library Workshops Guide for information about our workshop series!  Includes dates & registration info for current workshops, and links to recordings of selected past workshops.

WELCOME!

This Guide has been developed for your CI 601 class, taught by Sarah Rodríguez-Jones and Doug Wieczorek. Our Library session and this Guide are meant to help with your assignment to identify and evaluate potential journals of interest for publishing. I'm Susan Vega García, the librarian working with your class.

Contact me: You can contact me by sending me ISU email at savega@iastate.edu with your questions!

~Susan VG

Your Librarian

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Susan A. Vega García
Contact:
Head of Instruction
Associate Professor
140 Parks Library
Iowa State University
Ames IA 50011
(515) 294-4052

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