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SABER: The Searchable Annotated Bibliography of Education Research in Astronomy
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Starting a new research project can be a challenge, but especially so in Education research because the literature is scattered throughout many journals. Relevant astronomy Education research may be in psychology journals, scienceEducation journals, physics Education journals, or even in science journals. Tracking the vast realm of literature is difficult, especially because libraries frequently do not subscribe to many of the relevant journals and abstracting services. The Searchable Annotated Bibliography of Education Research (SABER) is an online resource that was started to service the needs of the astronomy Education community, specifically to reduce this “scatter” by compiling an annotated bibliography of Education research articles in one electronic location. Although SABER started in 2001, the database has a new URL—http://astronom-y.uwp.edu/saber/- and has recently undergone a major update.

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Scitation: SABER: The Searchable Annotated Bibliography of Education Research in Astronomy
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aas/journal/aer/5/2/10.3847/AER2006025
10.3847/AER2006025
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