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Early Childhood, Elementary and Literacy Education Guide   Tags: children, children's issues, education, literacy, preschool, young children  

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Welcome to the Early Childhood, Elementary and Literacy Education (ECELE) LibGuide. This guide was designed to help you with library research on topics related to early childhood, elementary education. and literacy education.


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Background information, a thorough introduction, or the historical perspective, choose Books

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Academic or professional  journals and magazines, or newspapers, choose Articles and Databases

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Early Childhood, Elementary and Literacy Education (ECELE) Department Website

Visit the Early Childhood, Elementary and Literacy Education (ECELE) website to find information on admission guidelines, the academic program, facilities, contact information and more!

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How to Cite

The first two links are to handouts from the Sprague Library. The other citation style resource pages are from Purdue University's Online Writing Lab:


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