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MAN EDUC 281: Conceptual Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I

Welcome!

Welcome to the online research guide for students enrolled in Meg Onoda's mathematics classes for future teachers.  This guide will help you navigate the process for successfully completing one of your major class projects: a brief written report describing the contents of at least one article per month from a professional journal for mathematics instructors. 

The focus of our searching will be to identify and retrieve articles about the practice of teaching and learning mathematics or geometry in the elementary school classroom. 

See my contact info below and please reach out for any more help finding what you need for this class and for any class you take at UWGB-Manitowoc Campus.

Learning Objectives:

1.  Identify best databases to search for relevant articles on your topic 

2.  Use advanced database features to improve the effectiveness of your search

3.  Evaluate search results for their currency, reliability, and relevancy

4.  Access and retrieve the full-text of articles you want to summarize

Questions?

Jeff Ellair, Instruction Librarian

ellairj@uwgb.edu 

920-459-6679

I am available remotely!  Please contact me if you have any questions about this library guide or if you need help with your research.  See my direct email and phone number above.  Also feel free to contact a librarian via the UWGB Libraries Research Help page.