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EDUC-647 LEADERSHIP INTERACTIONS: Finding Articles on Your Topic

Searching for Articles

There are a couple of ways to find articles that focus on the various aspects of educational leadership for your topic.

The first method is to add additional keywords, like "case studies," or "best practices," or "professional development," to whatever search you're doing. Type your search string into the search bar of the database.

Sample search strings:

"Educational leadership"AND "case studies" AND "secondary grades" 


"Educational leadership" AND "professional development" 


"Educational leadership" AND "best practices"


Off-Campus Access to Online Databases

Online databases are restricted to the Campbell University community. To access off-campus, provide your Campbell WebAccess username and password.

Recommended Databases

Databases are collections of articles and documents. You can use a database to find articles on your topic from a variety of journals. 

When we don't have it

What if you need a book or article but we don't have a copy available at Campbell?  Request it from another library!  There are two easy ways to have a book or article loaned to you from another library:

  1. Through Campbell's Interlibrary Loan service
  2. Through WorldCat  (Look for the ILL symbol below when using WorldCat.)