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1. Type your search terms and limit your results to "Peer reviewed" and "Full text"
Sample topic: Teaching reading/literacy in the inclusive classroom.
I did a few preliminary searches and found that the term "inclusion" is used instead of "inclusive." Then I typed a search statement that would retrieve records with the word "inclusion" in combination with either "literacy" or "reading."
2. Limit your Results by making selections on the left:
3. Results after limiting by publication date, descriptor, publication type, and education level:
4. Click the title for more information (e.g. a summary & descriptors). Download full text article.
5. Download the PDF and open it in Adobe.
6. Save the PDF to your computer in order to email it to yourself as an attachment.
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Peter Turkstra Library, Redeemer University College , 777 Garner Road East, Ancaster, ON, L9K 1J4, Canada Circulation Desk Telephone: 905.648.2139 ext. 4266, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org