Answered By: Darren Chase Last Updated: Feb 27, 2017 Views: 1972
Answered By: Darren Chase
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2017 Views: 1972
I would recommend these two databases to start:
- Education Source - Full text & Abstracts. 1929-present. The database is a compilation of previous education databases, specifically Education Index Retrospective (1929-1983), Education Abstracts, Full Text, and Research Complete. Full text supplied for more than 1700 journals, 200 extra full-text journals and 550+ books. Also included are conference papers, article citations, and links to some ERIC documents. Subjects covered include adult and continuing education, distance learning, government funding, multicultural/ethnic education, social issues, student counseling, vocational education and more. Levels covered range from early childhood to higher education.
- ERIC - 1966-present. Abstracts to journal articles and over 300,000 full text Education Documents (EDs). Additional EDs are available on microfiche. Includes visual searching feature.
You can also use JSTOR for older materials.
You can find a complete list of recommended Education databases in the Education Subject Guide listed below.