Answered By: Desk Librarian
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2015     Views: 10

When you are looking for education research, I recommend that you go to Education Research Complete. (You will find this listed on our library home page, under the tab "Frequently Used Resources," as well as on our Education guide.)

I did a general keyword search for "flipped classrooms" and found about 200 results. If you look at the left, you will see that you can narrow your search in several ways. One of them is to find only articles with the "Subject: Thesaurus Term" of "flipped classrooms (##)." If you click on this, you will limit your results to ## (a number) of articles within the initial search that have been tagged with this specific subject heading. These articles should be very relevant since they are clearly ABOUT "flipped classrooms." The excluded articles include the phrase "flipped classrooms," but are not focused on this topic. I recommend you use this technique whenever you are searching in our EBSCO databases.

To assist you in your search, here is a link that will take you to just the articles that have the SUBJECT "flipped classrooms" assigned to them.

I hope this helps. Let us know if you need more help!

Loring Prest
Electronic Resources Librarian
California University of PA

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