Where to Begin
Libcat.tamu.edu may be the best place to find books about
education for older adult.
II. BOOKS, ARTICLES & MORE (One-stop Searching)
Use the filters on the LEFT to limit your results to books, peer-
reviewed articles, year ranges or other desired categories.
III. JOURNAL ARTICLES DATABASES
These three databases are the good starting points to find
scholarly journals on education for older adult.
IV. Use RefWorks to Export Your Search Results
Recommended. Register with RefWorks (free) before doing
any searches. Use it to export your searches results across
any databases. Use it to save links to full text articles, and
also use it to create your Reference list for the works you cited.
- American Psychological Association (APA). (2009). Publication manual of theAmerican psychological association. (APA). (6th ed.). Washington, DC.: American Psychological Association.
- Findsen, B., & Formosa, M. (2011). Lifelong learning in later life: A handbook on older adult learning. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.
- Whitbourne, S. K., & Whitbourne, S. B. (2011). Adult development and aging: Biopsychosocial perspectives (4th ed). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons. Call number: HQ1061 .W48