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Finding Evidence-Based Research in Education: FAQs

Evidence-based research defined + how to find it explained.

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Recurring questions about the Library's resources, policies and procedures are answered here.

FAQs about the NYIT Library

Students often ask the following questions: 

Q1. How do I access online NYIT Library journal and reference databases?
A1. On the Library HOME PAGE, click the ARTICLES tab; then, click the ALL DATABASES link that appears in blue a bit below the "Select your subject" dropdown. Alternatively, click HERE.


Q2. Can I access NYIT Library databases remotely (from home or office)?
A2. Yes. In most cases, you'll be asked to LOG IN using your myNYIT Portal/E-mail username & password. From ON CAMPUS, login is NOT requred.


Q3. Where can I get help in WRITING my science research paper?
A3. Consider contacting and visiting the NYIT Writing Center.


Q4. Where can I get help FORMATTING my research paper using APA (or MLA) style?
A4. There's much help available ONLINE. Establish a RefWorks account (from on campus);Or try KnightCite. Or try Citation Machine. For comprehensive in-depth discussion and clear examples of APA, MLA and Chicago/Turabian formatting, an excellent source is Purdue's OWL (Online Writing Lab).


Q5. How do I find BOOKS (print and/or electronic) in the NYIT Library?
A5. Use BEARCAT, the NYIT Library's online materials catalog.


For a more complete list of NYIT Library FAQs, click here.

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