Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.


Librarian-curated research guide for Education resources.

New Books for Education

Children in Changing Worlds
Technology Segregation
Affirming Disability: strengths-based portraits of culturally diverse families
Gender Equity in Elementary Schools
Science in the City
Transformative ethnic studies in schools
Religious education and the public sphere
Educational Psychology

Special Collections: Calvin Education Master's Projects

Books stack on a desk (cartoon drawing).

The following search will lead you to some of Hekman Library's holdings of projects completed for the Education master's degree at Calvin:

Keyword search for "Calvin College research project"

Note that theses can be found at two call numbers on the 5th floor: LD785.Z9, and LD785 .Z912 

Tips for Searching

Subject headings are often a more accurate and comprehensive way of searching for a topic than keyword searching. Subject headings can be found on the left-hand column of search results in the catalog, or at the end of a book's catalog entry.


Here are some sample subject searches:

Remember that the Hekman Library Catalog includes holdings from our main collection as well as other special collections. You may limit your research to items that are located in the Curriculum Collection or, if it deals with Christian education, even in the Ministry Resource Center (MRC) - just use the Limit options under the catalog search box to change the location from "in Hekman Library" to another sub-collection.

Not Finding What You're Looking For?

Even if Hekman Library doesn't own a particular book or article that you need, you can borrow or get a copy from another library through our MeL and ILL sharing services. Just use the links below to search outside of Hekman's holdings and make requests - if you have any questions or problems, the librarians are always available to help!