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Ed.D. Library Resources:

Your guide to the most pertinent library resources for doctoral students

Guide Highlights

Deeper in this guide you will find a treasure trove of research tips and techniques including      

Finding Articles by Citation Following OR Methodology Direct Links to Education and Other Article Databases  Information on First Person Reserved Voice

Campus Login

REMINDER: You must be logged onto the campus network to access the library resources from off campus. This includes using electronic books through the catalog, searching the databases, and viewing complete articles online.


At Concordia we understand how busy you are with work, school, and family because we are, too! In order to simplify things for you, we have created this guide to be your portal to the library. It is tailored to the needs of Concordia University's Doctorate in Education students. With the guide you are all set to access the library's resources from nearby or at a distance.


This guide is devoted to education-related resources. For multidisciplinary resources or those on other topics, please see the main library web site or other Concordia University Library LibGuides.

BlackBoard Help

Both the online and on-campus courses in the Ed.D. program utilize the BlackBoard course management system to deliver instruction and/or course content. Concordia's Department of Online Education has created a variety of tutorials for students on using the various features in BlackBoard including:

  • Posting to the discussion board
  • Submitting assignments
  • Attaching documents to the discussion board or assignments
  • Taking quizzes and tests

Contact Us




We'll endeavor to answer emailed questions within 1 business day.

Text questions from your phone, and we'll text you back. This service is free, but text message rates from your cell phone provider may apply.

Text Message: (503) 406-3055

Please leave a message for Concordia librarians if you'd like to schedule a time to talk about research over the phone.

Phone: (503) 280-8507

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