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Questia Online Library Publishes Top Research Topics of 2010 Spring Semester

Top researched topics include Abortion, Teen Pregnancy and No Child Left Behind

Houston, Tex. (PRWEB) May 25, 2010 -- According to new data from Questia, youth and education issues ranked heavily among the most researched topics by higher education students this spring semester. Questia, which offers access to the largest online research library of copyrighted, full-text books, released its bi-annual list of the most studied subjects this week to reveal the top ten topics included abortion, teen pregnancy, No Child Left Behind and school violence.

Top 10 topics searched this spring semester, according to Questia:

1.   Abortion
2.   Classroom Management
3.   Teenage Pregnancy
4.   No Child Left Behind Act
5.   Psychology
6.   Philosophy of Education
7.   Nature and Nurture
8.   School Violence
9.   Inclusion in Education
10.   Educational Theory

The Questia library features 76,000 full-text books and over 3 million articles. The published articles consist of copyrighted materials and are selected by professional librarians to assist in academic research. Users can login to their account from any computer with an internet connection to access Questia's full suite of research tools.

In addition to published books and articles, Questia has a full suite of research tools to create project folders, quote and cite publications, generate automatic biographies, bookmark pages, add items to a bookshelf, take digital notes, and highlight text. Users can also share notes while researching, rate and review publications and easily share materials on their personal blogs and websites.

About Questia
Questia, a part of The Gale Group, partners with over 325 leading publishers to provide the world's largest online academic library and research resource to end consumers on a subscription basis. Students, instructors, and lifelong learners in more than 200 countries use Questia's collection of full-text books and articles for scholarly research. The collection includes valuable, copyrighted works and is selected and organized by Questia's own professional librarians. Questia's unlimited, 24/7 access allows researchers to simultaneously use every item in its library from any connected corner of the world. Questia also provides Questia School, a teacher/student resource center that incorporates digital library content with K12 class instruction and is designed for use by educators and students to enhance curricula. For more information, visit

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