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Overview of Education Resources

A quick look at the resources available to you from the Library.


Library Basics

Research Assistance

Library staff members are always willing and eager to help you with your assignments.  Please contact us by email, phone, or text message, and we will respond to your questions as soon as possible.

General Email:
​Call or Text: 215-948-4171

Off-Campus Database Access

If you're doing research from home, click on the name of a database and then enter the same username and password you use for your DelVal email. If you have any problems or questions with this step, please contact the Help Desk through the DVU Hub (link below).

Find Books

Education eBook Collections

  Browsing Areas

Check these numbers on the lower level to find books about education-related topics:

370 -- general education

371.1024 -- classroom management

371.2 -- educational administration

371.26 -- assessment and testing

371.334 -- technology and online learning

371.9 -- special education

372 -- elementary education

372.357 -- environmental education

375 -- curriculum topics

Find Articles

Databases for Education Topics

Great Websites

Useful Websites

Using Websites in your work

Think about the following when looking at websites--

Many of your professors will not accept websites as valid references.  Check before you include them (including Wikipedia!)

Try these local Sources

PDE  (Pennsylvania Department of Education)

Bucks County Intermediate Unit(IU) Library
705 N. Shady Retreat Road
Doylestown PA

Montgomery County Intermediate Unit
Teacher/Adminstrator Center

Bucks County Public Library, Doylestown
150 South Pine St.
Doylestown PA
(215) 348-9081

Getting Help

Meet with a Librarian

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The Writing Center

The Writing Center is staffed by DelVal undergraduate peer tutors who help with writing assignments in all your courses. We view writing as a process that involves planning, reading, drafting, revising, and editing—writing with substance involves discovering your meaning through brainstorming, sharing, and getting lots of feedback.

Tutors help you gain a fresh perspective on the writing process, and can assist with any stage of the process:  choosing a topic or working through writer's block, generating ideas, creating an outline, sharpening a thesis, arranging and organizing paragraphs, citing correctly and fluently, editing grammar and mechanics, and more.

Instructors receive a copy of the tutor report completed during the session, to illustrate your engagement with the writing process and meeting the demands of writing across disciplines.

Services are on a walk-in basis, so no appointment is necessary. Schedules are posted in the Writing Center, on Inside DelVal, and on professors' Blackboard course pages.

Tutors look forward to working with you!