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Trauma Informed Education: Literature Reviews

For each course you take in the M.Ed. Trauma Informed Education Program, you will write a Literature Review referencing 3 research articles, books or other sources.  As you move through your program, you will have dynamic opportunities to learn more about each topic in Trauma Informed Education, through the lens of an educator, and as social workers. Your research throughout the program will prepare you for your final class in research, where you will use the Literature Reviews to create a presentation. 

This guide is designed to help you with your literature reviews. Here's what's included on each page:

  • Understanding Literature Reviews: A recap
  • Find Articles: Where should you look for articles? These databases are your best bets.
    • Database Tips & Tricks: Need a refresher on how to navigate the databases effectively? Want to know how to collect articles in the databases? This is the tab for you.
    • OneSearch Tips & Tricks: OneSearch is the Library's new discovery service. Get tips on how to use it.
  • APA Citations: What should your citations look like? How do you create a hanging indent?
  • Get Help: The librarians are here and eager to help! Find our contact information