Because of the way the library's organization system (Library of Congress Classification) works, the books for STEM Education are in two places:
When you find a book in Discover, be sure to check where it is located before you go to the library to make sure you look in the right place!
Browsing the library shelves is a great way to find good books. Look on the shelf near a book you found that was useful; nearby books might also have chapters of interest.
Here are the main call number areas that you can browse in to find STEM Education books:
To get some contextual background information on your topic, add:
AND (encyclopedia OR handbook)
to your basic search in Discover, then limit to books. This will give you resources that will help you formulate your specific topic and get some background knowledge.
Click here for an example search.
The below lists of resources will help you get started on a particular topic.